GroupOne, Post-Employment Sanctions & Rechecks

It is important to conduct screenings at regular intervals throughout an employee’s tenure. Post-employment screening ensures your company will minimize exposure to risk. 

Post-Employment Sanctions & rechecks

Did you know 33% of employees admit to stealing a product or money from employers and that 30% of business failures are directly related to employee theft? And this is after pre-employment screening. Almost all companies across the globe have now embraced pre-employment screening, with 92% subjecting potential employees to criminal background checks.

While pre-employment screening plays a critical role in protecting companies from hiring dishonest employees, too few realize that post-employment screening, conducted at regular intervals throughout an employee’s tenure, is equally important in protecting company assets. One-time background checks minimize the risk of bad hiring; periodic GroupOne ReChecks minimize risks for the long haul.

There are two types of ReChecks:

  1. Criminal ReChecks: Screening employees to detect recent criminal activity or convictions which occurred after they were hired. The ReChecks can take place monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly or annually.
  2. Sanctions/Exclusions ReChecks: Screening employees to detect if they have been added to government sanctions or watch lists making them ineligible to work in certain capacities.


Protect your assets with GroupOne ReChecks.


Annual Criminal Rechecks

This is a customized package that may include county criminal research, multi-jurisdictional and sex offender registries.

State/Federal Sanction Screening

Sanction rechecks are specialized searches that include a number if government sanction databases to identify individuals who are prohibited from certain activities or industries. Healthcare sanctions checks generally include a search for disciplinary actions taken by federal, state and licensing boards and certification agencies. The search results may include debarment, exclusions, probation and letters of reprimand.

Driving Record

Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)

A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) is a report of an individual's driving history, as reported from the state Department of Motor Vehicles. Information on this report may include driver's license information, point history, violations, convictions and license status on a driving record.