Rocky River, OH (PRWEB) November 17, 2010
Corporate Screening has earned national recognition by being named as one of HRO Today Magazine's "Top Screening Service Providers" for 2010.
The magazine determined Corporate Screening's ranking by gauging a number of pivotal metrics, including client satisfaction ratings, account size and breadth of services offered.
HRO Today employed a multi-step process involving the selection of top firms, then the surveying of those firms' clients, alongside HRO Today database buyers of outsourced employment screening services.
"We are grateful to our clients for their overwhelmingly positive feedback, which has enabled us to be recognized by one of the leading HR industry publications for our commitment to the background screening industry," said Greg Dubecky, President of Corporate Screening. "Our continued inclusion among this list of top providers serves as a testament to our ability to provide customized solutions designed to maintain a higher degree of compliance for our clients."
HRO Today is the only publication dedicated to covering the outsourced HR services market and is read by senior HR managers and executives involved in the selection, procurement, and delivery of services such as screening, payroll, benefits administration, recruitment, relocation and others.
About Corporate Screening:
Corporate Screening (http://www.CorporateScreening.com) is a Cleveland-based provider of pre-employment screening and background investigations for some of the nation’s top employers. As a leading investigative consultant to human resources and corporate security professionals, Corporate Screening combines state-of-the-art data gathering technology with in-depth examination and analysis to verify information and mitigate the risks associated with hiring employees. With offices in Cleveland and Tampa, Corporate Screening utilizes an expanding professional staff of 80 analysts and consultants to service the needs of hiring professionals representing a full spectrum of industries, with special emphasis on healthcare, financial services and manufacturing sectors.
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