New Study Shows U.S. Background Checks Are Universal and Driven by Safety Concerns

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In the U.S., background checks have become virtually universal, driven first and foremost by the need to keep employees and customers safe, according to new research conducted by in partnership with the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS).

Research results from the study are published in a white paper, “National Survey: Employers Universally Using Background Checks to Protect Employees, Customers, and the Public“, and available now.

The national survey, which drew responses from 1,528 human resources professionals, found that 96% of participants said their organization conducts one or more types of background screening. Not only

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