JailInmate.org Launching Guide to Help Companies From Getting Ripped Off
Guide will offer advice on how to avoid hiring rip off artists.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
JailInmate.org is set to release a guide that will help companies avoid getting ripped off by new employes, the company announced yesterday.
“Employee fraud is one of the fastest growing ways that companies are getting ripped off,” a JailInmate.org spokesman said. “Yet it is nearly always new employees who are ripoff artists, and it is possible to tell which ones are apt to target your company before you hire them. We want to help so that fewer companies get ripped off.”
JailInmate.org will walk companies through the process of what to look for during the hiring process to identify ripoff artists, he said. This will include what questions to ask, and what information to look for in background checks.
“What's amazing is that most companies have no idea at all how easy it is to avoid getting ripped off,” he said. “Some companies don't even call to check references. If companies employed these basic steps, they'd be at a much lower risk of getting ripped off.”
JailInmate.org worked with professionals in the human resources marketplace in order to put the guide together, he said.
“We'll be making this guide available to all of the members on our site,” he said. “We will also release the most relevant parts of it through our social media sites and our blog. We don't want anyone to get ripped off anymore.”
JailInmate.org is an online source for public records that specializes in delivering the most comprehensive background reports in North America. Generating hundreds of customers daily, JailInmate.org prides itself on providing the highest degree of customer service and report accuracy. Visit JailInmate.org today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-216-1827, or email Manager(at)JailInmate(dot)org with any questions or concerns.
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