Impressed by newly found success, your new hire begins posting online about the new position, new clients, and your company. Included in those texts and posts could be proprietary company information and client names. And if exposed to the public could compromise contracts.
How do you – as a professional, know that you are hiring employees that can be trusted?
Do they have a (good) history of discretion and reputation, and who are not going to share company secrets and information? A compromise of this trust and information could be devastating to your business.
We’ve seen it in the news. When this type of event happens, typically, it’s an inside job.
Relying on a professional investigative/security company to obtain background checks on potential new hires is a first step in securing your staff, your company’s proprietary information, and your clients’ privacy.
A thorough background check on all new hires and a comprehensive security policy will help to ensure this scenario doesn’t happen … At least, to your company.