It is quite possible that you may have encountered a candidate who is not comfortable with turning over his/her Social Security Number (SSN) for a background check. Here at Protect My Ministry, clients are commonly faced with candidates questioning the need for their SSN’s to be provided. If you were in the position of those
Every organization is different and has different needs. It may be that your organization does not currently need to do a background investigation for a new hire, but has numerous volunteers lined up. There are many junctures in the hiring of new staff and evaluation process for volunteers at which the background checks can be
Effective July 1, 2013 The State of Indiana will no longer report dismissed cases. Any non-conviction previously recorded will no longer be available, upon this date. If you have any questions regarding the change in reporting of dismissed cases within the State of Indiana, please contact Client Services.
Here at Protect My Ministry, we do all that we can to assist our clients in making the screening process simple and stress-free. We understand that there may be a number of screening providers that claim to have and attempt to offer the same level in quality when it comes to client services. However, we
Did you know that according to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the government views volunteer personnel as unpaid employees? Organizations are often unaware of this information; as a result, they overlook very important measures to complete the screening process correctly. The majority of these FCRA requirements begin to surface in the event that a
In today’s world, we are always looking for what is easiest, fastest, or most convenient. Often we learn that path of least resistance is not always the correct path. While Protect My Ministry heavily focuses on making the background screening process as simple as possible, there are obligations that the company has committed to meeting