Have you been failed in background verification? Don’t worry, you are not only one. Many job seekers usually find this question very common. Further, this article will provide you the reason and tips to pass it.
Bad credit history:
Poor or bad credit history may be the reason to be failed in background verification. Many employers know that anybody’s credit rating can be affected by divorce, death, and many other things. You are not likely to be denied the job if you are searching for a job which cost you money.
If the employer denies or has any doubt, you should proactively have word with the employer on your credit history.
Accurate credentials and experience:
Inaccurate credentials and experience are considered as fraud. So, make sure that credentials like date of birth, the passing year should be matched in all types of resume and documents.
Convict of crime:
If you are convicted of any crime related to the applied job, you will be failed in background verification. Example: Sexual convicts are not allowed to be school teachers or bus driver. So, before applying job make sure that you are applying for the right job. Besides, to make your safe from any kind of issue that later may turn legal or unethical, present yourself calm and polite everywhere. For example, in mid-2015, when Delhi University girl Jasleen Kaur accused falsely Mr Sarvjeet Singh at traffic signal at Tilak Nagar, West Delhi, for no such big reason, that man was arrested by the police same day and that resulted him to lose his then current job.
Military discharge on record:
If you are dishonourable discharge, employers are not supposed to hire you in fields of security, finance, and those jobs which require clean record. So, check your record first before applying these kinds of jobs.
Raise your voice before employer:
You should raise problems in front of HR directly without hesitation. If you are clear, detailed, and honest with the employer, you will be able to win employer trust and credibility for the long term. Your openness and truthfulness will help you to earn the employer’s trust which may help you in getting a job whether you have any criminal record.
Go with Self-background verification:
You should first do self-background verification beforehand. If you have a budget, you need to hire a third party for conducting your own verification before you are going to begin the application process. If you have not budgeted, you can run the background verification manually by yourself. For that, you need to collect information from various sources.
In this way, you will get a solid and likely precise idea of what is going to arise next.