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BirdDogHR Drug and Background Screening Services

Build a safe and productive work environment

When you are recruiting new employees, it’s important to have a comprehensive understanding of the candidate’s skills, education and history, and ability to perform the job. Oftentimes applications, interviews and reference checks don’t provide the objectivity needed to make the best hire. BirdDogHR™ Drug and Background Screening Services can provide peace of mind for you and compliance documentation for your organization. Services are also available for existing employees to ensure that your workplace remains safe and that your staff is in top condition to do their best work.

Order Screens and See Results Directly in the ATS

With the BirdDogHR ATS there’s no need to leave the system to manage the drug or background screening process. Users can order screens and view pass/fail results directly within the candidate profile. HR leaders and managers alike appreciate the time savings and easy-to-access and view reports associated with these services.

Increase Employee Retention Rates

An employee who stays on a job with you for 20 years can save the cost of recruiting and hiring for the position multiple times—an estimated $100,000 or more. Making a good hire and creating a safe work environment for all employees positively contributes to employee retention.

Reduce Risk & Stay Compliant

Creating a safe work environment is important for compliance. Whether you need to meet requirements for a Department of Transportation (DOT)-regulated drug and background screening program, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) regulations, or you need to implement a drug-free workplace program, BirdDogHR Drug and Background Screening Services can automate and streamline the process. The result is centralized information that can be used for audit documentation when needed.

Making poor hiring decisions without the correct screening process can be very costly to your organization.

The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that the average cost of a bad hiring decision can equal 30% of the first year’s potential earnings and that substance abusers are 1/3 less productive.