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Verification of prior employment including position, longevity, salary, and job performance, sometimes tracing back ten years or to the three prior positions. There are two types of reference checks. The first is simply an employment verification. This is either done through a phone call to your former company's HR department where they say, “Did John Doe work for you as a Senior Technical Analyst from 2009-2012?” and the HR person says “yes” or “no.” Some companies will volunteer more information and others will simply verify. Other reference checkers prefer to verify your previous employment by looking at your W2s or other tax records. That's the easy part, and as long as you've been truthful, all is well. (This last practice is increasingly discouraged so make certain that you know the laws of your Federal, state or international jurisdiction to make sure that you are legally compliant.)
Answered January 28, 2019
We try to have the kind of a culture that doesn’t value excuses in the sense that when you’re supposed to accomplish something, and you’re at a high level, then your job is to accomplish it, in spite of difficulty. And you’re rewarded for dealing with that.
Answered December 5, 2018
The interview process typically includes the following steps: writing a job description, posting a job, scheduling interviews, conducting preliminary interviews, conducting in-person interviews, following up with candidates, and making a hire.
Answered December 5, 2018
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