9 Ways Background Checks Contribute to a Resilient Employer Brand

June 16, 2020 – 1pm CT / 2pm ET


In the quest to secure your ideal candidate, the importance of a positive employer brand and company culture has never been more important. According to a Randstad US survey, nearly 9 out of 10 job seekers say they won’t apply at an organization with a negative reputation. While there are many tactics to consider, it’s important to understand that your hiring process plays a role in how your company is perceived – including your approach to background checks.

In this live webcast event, we will discuss 9 strategies to align your background screening process with your company culture and brand. We will explore where background checks intersect with various touchpoints of the job seeker-candidate-employee progression, including public reputation for job seekers and character and values perceived by employees. In the end, we will connect screening touchpoints to the candidate and employee experience.

What influence does your background screening program really have on how your organization is viewed? How, what, and when you screen all affect your internal company culture and external brand impression. Understanding where you have opportunities to match screening to your corporate objectives is a simple way to reinforce who you are to your candidate and employees.  Sign up to learn:

  • What screening tactics may help identify a good cultural fit
  • How you might strategically set up your program for brand and culture cohesiveness
  • Key benchmarks to measure the effectiveness of your culture and brand

Walk away from our conversation with a comparison chart to pinpoint strategies from the candidate, employer, and vendor perspective for better synergy with your culture and brand. Join us to discover how background screening can leave a lasting impression and what you can do to make sure candidate’s perception of your brand during the screening process is aligned with your corporate values and brand.

Who Should Participate; HR Managers, Directors and VPs at companies in the United States

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