Career fair provides opportunities

The discouragingly high unemployment rate makes any job search these days a daunting task.

Career fairs are one of the few mechanisms that offer the slightest glimmer of hope. Prospective employers gather to fill a finite number of positions and choose the best candidates. There is one common ingredient in finalizing their employment status: a comprehensive background screening.

The Denver Career Fair, scheduled for 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Doubletree Hotel in Denver, will feature dozens of companies vying for the talents of hundreds of unemployed or underemployed workers. Helping ease the hiring process is TruDiligence, which provides assurance that those employees are coming in with a clean record.

It’s easy to get lost in the foray of holiday hiring, but businesses must try their hardest to assemble the most reliable team. TruDiligence, in a bid to employ America, has stepped up by discounting its services, knowing that it becomes tougher every year for companies to afford a thorough background check.

TruDiligence comes equipped with a complete arsenal of screening tools, consulting expertise on regulatory compliance, and ongoing technological innovation to streamline the applicant screening process. The firm assists human resources departments by relying on their industry know-how and quick access to information to process a large volume of screenings, ensuring that the words “negligent hiring” are not part of their clients’ vocabulary.

The top bosses know that their employees make up the critical front line of the business and represent the company’s values. But in today’s society, picking the best person from a stack of applications can place you, your staff and your clientele at risk. Letting the professionals handle the job is a wise decision.

Statistics compiled in 2009 indicate that up to 49 percent of all job fair candidates who prepare in advance can receive interviews at the fair, and 65 percent of them receive job offers. The laborious hiring process can sometimes take three months or longer in normal circumstances, and the larger the company, the longer this process can take. That’s not the case when selecting TruDiligence, a company that can turn around background checks in a matter of hours.

Corporate hiring teams can choose from TruDiligence’s many packages to perform a sweep of checks.

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