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TMCNet:  SaaShr Integrates Background Screening Service within Marketplace

[December 18, 2012]

SaaShr Integrates Background Screening Service within Marketplace

BRANCHBURG, N.J. --(Business Wire)--

SaaShr, a Kronos Company, has announced the availability of easyBackgrounds background screening to its network of service provider partners. SaaS (News - Alert)hr service providers may access the background check service through the SaaShr Ancillary Product and Service Marketplace.

News Facts

  • easyBackgrounds has been providing background screening services to employers of all sizes since 2002, and is a founding member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS).
  • More and more organizations are requiring background checks to be performed at the time of employment and periodically during an employee's tenure.
  • According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, for every dollar an employer invests in employment screening, the return on investment ranges from $5 to $16, as a result of improved productivity, reduced absenteeism, lower turnover, and decreased employer liability.
  • Background check actions and results are typically done outside of an HRMS application. This is primarily due to limitations with HRMS software.
  • This integration enables users to perform and streamline background checks on new and existing employees from directly within the SaaShr human resources application.
  • Security rights are provided within the application to determine those individuals authorized to perform and review the information being delivered.

Supporting Quotes

  • Bob Tack, director, SaaShr
    "According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, 42 percent of survey respondents said the cost of a bad hire is at least three times the employee's salary. With that being said, it is crucial for service providers to offer their clients a service like easyBackgrounds to help them avoid unnecessary expenditures."

Supporting Resources

About SaaShr
SaaShr, a Kronos Company, is a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) workforce management solutions. Under a private-label model, SaaShr provides time and attendance, human resources, and payroll applications to small and midsize businesses through a network of service providers. To learn more about SaaShr visit www.saashr.com.

© 2012 Kronos (News - Alert) Incorporated. All rights reserved. Kronos is a registered trademark and SaaShr and the SaaShr logo are trademarks of Kronos Incorporated or a related company. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.


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