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Employment screening

Hettrick, Cyr & Associates Inc. employment screening package includes:

  • Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) — Drivers' license histories from all states and the District of Columbia are available. Records reflect from three to seven years of past driving history, including personal data, offenses and convictions. In many states, drug and alcohol offenses are retained as a permanent part of the individual's driving record. Driving histories also can be used periodically to examine drivers of company-owned vehicles.
  • Statewide Criminal History — A criminal conviction inquiry is conducted within the state the applicant currently resides and/or previously worked. A statewide search covers all counties within the state. Conviction data will include a list of all convictions and penalties/sentencing, which can include fines, probation and/or incarceration.
  • E-Verify — The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires all employers to record new employee data on Form I-9. This process involves securing official documents from the employee applicant that prove two things: 1) Their identity...that they are who they say they are, and 2) Their employment eligibility...that they have the right to work in the United States. Form I-9 became a requirement when the Immigration Reform and Control Act was passed in 1986. Recently, the DHS in partnership with the Social Security Administration have established an electronic I-9 verification process known as E-Verify. E-Verify enables employers to immediately confirm the employee applicant’s Social Security Number and employment eligibility documents are authentic and as such, eligible to work within the United States.
To view the fee schedule by state, click on the drop-down list below.


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If you have any questions, call (888) 805-0300, ext. 12 or e-mail info@hettrickcyr.com.

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