Whether an employer is hiring someone to drive to sales calls, or insuring an employee under a company policy,” says Kellner, “driving records are essential.
Cartersville, Georgia, (PRWEB) September 16, 2011
4SafeDrivers.com, a service that employers can use to efficiently obtain the driving records of prospective employees, has seen a surge in interest throughout the State of Texas, a surge heralded by Panola College’s new truck driving training program. The Texas undergraduate institution announced the implementation of new training courses for those interested in truck driving as a profession, noting in an official statement that the truck driving job market is projected to grow by ten percent over the next decade, and that employment in the field is contingent upon a clean driving record. 4SafeDrivers.com provides these records to employers throughout the country, on a daily basis.
4SafeDrivers.com president Jeffrey Kellner says that more and more professional and academic organizations are pointing out the link between driving records and employment, a link that his company has always emphasized. “What the program at Panola College makes explicit is that having a good driving record is vital for ensuring that you can perform a job responsibly. That’s why employers are becoming so zealous about seeing driving records for all potential new hires.”
According to Kellner, any hiring manager should obtain driving records before committing to a new employee, “as part of the regular background screening process.” Kellner notes that driving records indicate the level of responsibility a job candidate possesses, but also has ramifications for company insurance policies. “Whether an employer is hiring someone to drive to sales calls, or insuring an employee under a company policy,” says Kellner, “driving records are essential.”
4SafeDrivers.com is a website geared toward employers, allowing them an easy way to obtain driving records with minimal hassle, something Kellner says is a much-needed screening service. “Many employers will not look at a driving record because getting them through the state is time-consuming and costly,” he says, “but 4SafeDrivers.com’s services eliminate many of the fees and maximize efficiency.”
Ultimately, Kellner says, the trend of driving records being connected with good jobs is not going to stop any time soon. “Panola College is a good example of how professional development and employment are becoming increasingly contingent upon driving records. Employers should start making it a course of habit to obtain driving records for all potential new employees, as that’s where human resources standards are headed.”
4SafeDrivers.com is a premium website for employers to obtain pertinent background records about prospective employees, as well as to check their own files and records with a minimum of hurdles and fees. The site offers resources for obtaining driving and criminal records, social security history, worker’s compensation records, and more, as well as for conducting drug screenings and investigating references.
An essential tool for employers in virtually any field, 4SafeDrivers.com can be reached at http://www.4SafeDrivers.com, or e-mailed at customerservices(at)4SafeDrivers(dot)com.