How are you going to get the recruiter's attention? Use your E-Reference Check

Don't rely on others, take control of your career

If information you provide cannot be verified, your destiny will be left to a busy recruiter who has dozens of qualified people applying for the same position. The recruiter has a choice, take the time to call you or they can choose one of the many applicants who have supplied verifiable information.

What do you think will happen to your prospects for employment in this scenario?

  • Don't assume what you provide on an application can be verified.
  • Do your research and find out where your employment records can be found and the telephone number. Provide this information on the application.
  • Don't assume that someone conducting your background investigation will make numerous calls and expend extra time to locate your records if you do not provide verifiable information.
  • Do a background check on yourself with the information you are providing to employers. What will you find? Learn from your mistakes, determine what it takes to verify your employment and provide verifiable information to a potential employer.

Utilize our patent pending Electronic Reference Check service. Direct performance related questions to current and former supervisors, coworkers and others with you whom you have interacted. You can provide the results of the background investigation creates for you to potential employers and get noticed by recruiters.