Workforce Management magazine has named HR Plus, a provider of employment and background screening solutions to its 2011 "Hot List" of employment related background screening providers, HR Plus has stated.
To create a measurable competitive advantage, Workforce Management helps the leaders who are using human resources, the company stated. Every issue has included the "Hot List" featuring a ranking of top HR providers, products and services that help keep businesses up to date, on track and focused on what matters most–its people, since July 2003.
“We are honored to be recognized by Workforce Management magazine as a top provider in the background screening sector," said Bill Tate, president of HR Plus. "HR Plus is a growing organization with a long history of quality and a commitment to delivering an exemplary customer experience. We focus on providing customized screening programs that improve productivity, security and confidence in the hiring process.”
Though a secure and easy-to-navigate web interface that can be customized to meet clients' needs and integrated into most human resources workflows; HR Plus offers comprehensive employment and background screening solutions. The other services offered by the company include background screening, drug testing and fingerprinting. HR Plus has provided thousands of clients with quality background screening solutions for more than 40 years. The company is a member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners.
In June 2010, the company announced it has developed a corporate presence on Facebook, LinkedIn (News - Alert) and Twitter. The service is offered though a secure and easy-to-navigate Web interface that can be customized to meet clients' needs and integrated into most human resources workflows. Simpler navigation saves time with every background check order which enables you to make critical hiring decisions more quickly and confidently, the company stated.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell