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The hospitality industry has grown leaps and bounds over the past decade as the American economy promotes travel and adventure. People who are employed in hotels or resorts often have intimate contact with boarders and their possessions, necessitating a level of trust between employee and those who stay on the grounds. Despite a high turnover rate at most hotels, this need for trust leaves management struggling to find and keep honest, reliable workers – you can improve these rates with hospitality employee background checks through TruDiligence.
Pre-Employment Screening & Background Checks
One way for hotels and resorts to make responsible hiring decisions is to screen potential employees before offering them a position. Our hospitality employee background checks and employment screening service allows those in the hospitality industry to reduce the likelihood of criminal or negligence charges aimed at their resort/hotel because of unscrupulous or dangerous employees. We can do all of the necessary due diligence to identify an applicant’s previous employment history and uncover events that could preclude future problems.
Criminal Background Checks
Prior theft, assault or sexual deviancy charges on an employee can have a detrimental effect on the future of a hotel, particularly if a prior event results in current or future litigation. A criminal background check will help hiring managers to vet potential employees, weeding out those whose criminal history indicates a risk of theft or violence. We use the Sex Offender Registry, local and state court records and employer references to determine the criminal past of potential employees, so embarrassment and liability for the hotel or resort can be avoided.
Drug Testing Services
Drugs can be a major problem in the hospitality industry, especially when hiring managers fail to determine that an employee has an addiction prior to bringing them on the staff. Our drug testing services can help you monitor employees for signs of abuse before their addiction gets out of hand.
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