Telematics-Online provides extensive and critical pre-employment screening, vendor vetting, tenant background verification’s and vulnerable sector checks to help alleviate risk and liability to a broad range of organizations including small businesses, financial institutions, government and staffing agencies, healthcare providers, property managers, hotel chains and private security firms. We have the ability to search, gather, verify and report detailed information on almost anyone, anywhere in the world quickly and cost effectively allowing our clients to make informed decisions.
We can seamlessly integrate a screening process into any organization. A properly resourced screening program is an investment, not a liability which effectively minimizes legal and financial exposure by proactively guarding against workplace fraud, theft, violence, negligent hiring and wrongful dismissals, ultimately saving money on the costs associated with recruiting. Many employers who fail to take reasonable precautions about who they hire face increased risk, increased injuries, increased fatalities, increased costs and may be liable for negligence.
Telematics-Online offers the following services and can custom tailor a solution to fit your needs:
- Detailed criminal record checks
- Indication of pending charges searches
- Consumer and commercial credit reports
- Education and employment verifications
- Professional licenses and certification verifications
- Reference interviews
- Exit interviews (post-employment)
- Driver record abstracts
- Bankruptcy record searches
- Civil records searches at all Federal, Provincial/State and Country levels
- Lien and property searches
- Internet and media presence searches
- Corporate registration and affiliation searches
- Company history searches
- International terrorism, financial, and political sanctions searches
- Social Insurance Number (SIN) verification
- Drug & Narcotic Testing
Did you know employee fraud costs companies more than $400 billion dollars annually? The average organization loses an estimated 6% of its annual revenues directly attributed to their employees. Smaller organizations often lack proper internal controls, making them an easy target for dishonest employees.
Here’s some more food for thought from a statistical standpoint:
- One out of every six crimes occurs in the workplace and homicide is the second leading cause of workplace death in the United States.
- National Credit Verification Service says that 25% of the MBA degrees it verifies on resumes are false.
- College and University registrars report that at least 60% of the verifications they receive are falsified.
- The Society for Human Resource Management states 45% of all resumes contain one major fabrication.
- The Wall Street Journal reports that 34% of all job applications contain lies regarding experience, education, and the ability to perform essential functions of the job.
- The average award in a workplace violence lawsuit exceeds $1,000,000 per case. Source: The Workplace Violence Research Institute
- The National Retail Merchants Association released statistics that show “employee theft accounts for an estimated 60% to 70% of all retail losses.
- 37.6% of surveyed college students admit to a history of criminal acts.
- According to the Bureau of National Affairs, from $15-25 billion is lost each year due to employee theft.
- On-the-job violence costs employers $36 billion each year.
- the prevalence of past month illicit drug use among full-time workers aged 18 to 64 was estimated to be 8.2 percent in 2002, 2003, and 2004. Nearly one out of five (19.0 percent) workers aged 18 to 25 used illicit drugs during the past month. This was a higher percentage than among the 26-to-34 (10.3 percent), 35-to-49 (7.0 percent), and 50-to-64 (2.6 percent) age groups.
- Workplace violence and workplace motor-vehicle accidents now account for more than 40% of workplace fatalities. Substance abuse is the third leading cause of workplace violence.
- According to statistics from Global Detection & Reporting, 38-50% of all worlkplace workers compensation claims are related to substance abuse. Drug using employees are 5 times more likely to file workers compensation claims.