Post Employment Investigation
Post employment verifications is just as important as pre employment verifications. While pre employment check plays a critical role in helping to protect the companies from dishonest employees, only few companies realize that post employment checks, conducted at regular intervals throughout an employee's term of tenure, is equally important in protecting company assets.
A recent post employment screening carried out by Griffiths and Associates for a major retail group showed that seven percent of all employees who had started work with a clean record, had, since commencement of employment, acquired criminal records for serious offenses, ranging from robbery to drugs - all without the employer's knowledge.
The post employment investigation is different at different levels according to that how much risk that employee is carrying for that company.
For example a cashier carries more risk than a cleaner and Director Finance carries more risk than an accounts executive. The Company or Agency is not only working in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai the metero cities of india but also working in all other part of the country like Punjab,Chandigarh, Maharashtra, Pune,Madhyapradesh, Gwalir, RajisthanJaipur, TamilNadu, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, UttarPradesh, UttraKhand, Dehradun but also abroad in like America, USA, UnitedKingdom, (UK),London,UAE,MiddleEast, Dubai, Canda, Australia, Japan ,NewZealand, Paris, Bangkok and Malasyia.So, here Lady Detectives India comes into picture to help you to get the complete truth of your employees Call now .
- Do you know which employee of yours is passing your company information to your competitors?
- Do you know which employee of yours is running his/her business parallel to their job?
- Do you know that serious fraud (Frauds, cheating and embezzlements ) is committed by people in important positions which they have held over long periods of time? An employee with ten years of work experience is these days found out to be a potential security risk to the company?