The Importance of NAPBS Accreditation: Three Reasons it Matters
TruDiligence takes great pride in being accredited by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). The NAPBS governs and administers the Background Screening Agency Accreditation Program (BSAAP). The BSAAP is rigorous, thorough, and expansive. To receive NAPBS accreditation, firms must demonstrate their compliance with a host of industry best practices. In short, being an NAPBS accredited organization is a high honor – one that TruDiligence works incredibly hard to maintain.
Why Does NAPBS Accreditation Matter?
1. It Shows Dedication
The process for accreditation takes time, patience, and financial resources. To commit to this process, an organization must undergo meticulous review in the six areas of evaluation:
- Consumer Protection
- Legal Compliance
- Client Education
- Researcher and Data Product Standards
- Verification Service Standards
- General Business Practices
While many organizations may wish to become accredited, only a select few have what it takes to earn this prestigious distinction. TruDiligence proudly displays the NAPBS seal of achievement as a testament to our high standards.
2. It Shows Transparency
When the accreditation process begins, a company wishing to become accredited must be ready to open themselves up to the scrutiny of the exacting BSAAP. Each detail, from legal compliance to customer relationships, must be examined and vetted. That type of willing accountability is what makes accredited companies, like TruDiligence, different from the rest. We’re willing to examine the way we do things so it means we’re giving our clients the absolute best customer experience.
3. It Shows Confidence
Accreditation means confidence. When an organization receives the NAPBS seal, they have proven their value to a trusted group of professional peers. When clients choose TruDiligence, they are choosing the integrity of the NAPBS and the high level of excellence that comes with it.
Accreditation matters. Let us show you why! To talk more about this, or anything else, please contact us. And if you still don’t see why it matters, check out this Business.com article from 2016!
Leave a ReplyWant to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!