You’ve probably heard this, that it’s a lot easier to marry than to divorce, to get a new employee than to fire one, and to take in a new tenant than to evict one. This is possibly because people are getting more savvy about their legal rights. And, on top of that, the dishonest ones, who are trying to use the system, often how the wherewithal of a lawyer or team of legal experts.
As un-romantic as this may sound, to those of us who like to operate on the principle of trust and good word, you really want to hire a professional screener. I’d almost go as far as to say that when letting anyone into your intimate space, trust is over-rated. No, really. It’s almost laughable. Would you go to a doctor because you feel you can trust him? Perhaps, what I’m trying to say here is, trust alone, without a paper trace, is not enough. I might not ask to see my doctor’s credentials, but seeing a medical degree framed on the wall is reassuring.
To me, the equation is a relatively simple one. If you want to be as sure as possible about your new employee, tenant, and maybe even your partner, you need to do the vetting through professionals. The trick is to be upfront about your intentions. It’s easy enough to explain. You can say you prefer to systematically do a background check through an agency because that’s what they do best. Or you might just say that you prefer to go through an agency because it’s a timesaver. And the list goes on and on. In the long-run, it’s more costly not to do a background check than to do one.
Contact PeopleSearches.com today, tomorrow, or whenever you might be in need of their services, and they’ll be happy to act on your behalf.