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Background Checks Are Now Common for Temps and Freelancers


Full-time employees are no longer the only workers being subjected to background checks, new research shows. A study from the background screening firm HireRight revealed a significant increase in the number of organizations conducting background checks on temporary, contract and freelance workers.

Specifically, 86 percent of employers are now screening contingent workers before bringing them on for any assignments. This is up 45 percent from 2012. "Contingent workers typically have the same type of access to company facilities, data, other employees and customers as full-time employees," the study's authors wrote. "For this reason, it's important to thoroughly screen every worker in the same way, regardless of work status." FULL STORY

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