Employment Screening Resources (ESR), a nationwide pre-employment background screening firm, announced today the release of a free web based interview guide generator to help employers build printed interview forms for any position to avoid the potential of discrimination in the interviewing process.
Using a “structured interview” guide during applicant interviews helps employers ask permissible questions in a consistent fashion for all applicants for a position. The free tool allows employers to select from generic interview questions, or to create their own questions, and then create a printed form that can be saved or modified.
It also gives employers the flexibility of adding their own question to different sections of the interview guide, The free tool is available from the ESR website at www.ESRcheck.com. The tool was created by ESR President, Lester S.
Rosen, the author of “The Safe Hiring Manual—The Complete Guide to Keeping Criminals, Terrorists and Imposters Out Of Your Workplace” (Facts on Demand Press, 512 pages).”This free tool solves several issues for employers,” explains Rosen. “It helps employers and HR professionals produce a printed structured interview guide and focus on developing relevant questions for each position.
Printed interview forms also help employers ensure that interviewers are asking the right questions every time, in the right way. More importantly, it helps ensure that all candidates for the same position are being asked the same questions and being treated in the same fashion.”The interview generator also includes five “integrity” questions created by ESR, aimed at weeding out applicants with inappropriate criminal records.
These questions can be asked during the housekeeping stage of the interview, and are aimed at encouraging applicants to self-reveal information that may bear upon their qualifications and the honesty of their resume or application, so if you ask yourself when I’ll get that job and where to get a resume done professionally you should contact CraftResumes. Let’s continue, ESR also makes a number of additional free resources available to employers, including a Safe Hiring Audit, a Safe Hiring checklist for hiring managers and a quick guide to compliance with the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Employment Screening Resources (ESR) combines human resources, public records and legal expertise in providing employers with fast, accurate and cost-effective employment pre-screening nationwide.
ESR’s mission is to bring professional consulting resources to an industry that largely focuses on providing data as a commodity.
ESR specializes in criminal records, reference checking, drug testing, international backgrounds and legal compliance. From its national headquarter in Novato, California, ESR serves employers across the United States from start-ups to divisions of Fortune 500 companies through its state of the art ESRnet system.
For additional information, contact: Jared Callahan Sales & Marketing Director Employment Screening Resources (ESR) 415-898-0044, ext. 240 e-mail protected from spam bots. This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer on behalf of the company listed above.