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Nanny & Home Care Provider Background Check


If someone will be taking care of seniors, your parents or your child don’t you want to know who they really are and if they have dangerous behavior in their past?


Is this caregiver TRUSTWORTHY and HONORABLE or QUESTIONABLE?

Don’t take chances with the safety of your loved ones!

The Home Care industry requires some of the most comprehensive background checks of any industry. Because of these strict background check requirements, home care screening usually require more background checks per applicant than other industries. HireSafe helps our home care clients meet their background check needs by providing the most cost-effective employment screening services available for nurses and nannies. Per your requirements, we can customize background check search packages to meet both your needs and your budget. As the health care industry faces increasingly stringent controls surrounding data security and patient privacy, the need to form the right partnerships and alliances to manage risk also grows.

Solutions Tailored to your Industry

HireSafe provides solutions to all sizes of organizations and can tailor reports, billing, and orders based on the unique needs of each business.

Risk mitigation begins with identifying potential problems BEFORE they occur. HireSafe's comprehensive background check solutions work fast to help you rule out those who might not suit your values while identifying potential nurse and nanny candidates who will best fit your requirements. The proximity of working with the public requires that a Sex Offender and criminal records search be conducted at a minimum.





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