NEWS: Introducing Our New Screening Portal To Streamline Background Checks

Easy Affordable Employee and Tenant Screening for Small to Medium Enterprise Businesses


Johnson City, Tennessee Feb 25, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Today, Global Background Screening (GBS) announced the launch of its new and easy-to-use screening portal for employers, landlords and others who need to conduct background checks. The software is designed to be set up in seconds, with multiple packages and services available online.

Global Background Screening does all of the work, from contacting an applicant to setting up drug test locations.


The company communicates with its clients regarding updates and status.

“We stand out as one of only 2% of background screening companies with an online portal,” said Tracy Shatus, CEO of Global Background Screening. “As a veteran-owned business, GBS provides the easiest screening process, which has been designed by CuriousCheck, a leader in the HR digital marketing and technology industry. This is the easiest way to conduct a thorough and professional search, including background checks, drug tests, motor vehicle reports, past employment, education, social media searches and financials including credit scores. For only $70 per year, we offer the newest technology with continuous arrest monitoring, which alerts you if an applicant has any altercations or has committed a crime after the initial background check.”


Shatus added, “We’re fully insured, cover over 180 countries worldwide, and with over 800 court researchers and drug testing labs in every county, we guarantee the best background screening experience possible.”


When an applicant is denied through the GBS services, the company will supply electronic adverse action letters to keep its clients compliant at all times. If a client screens more than 10 applicants per year, GBS will provide a reasonable discount. A landing page for clients’ applicants can easily be created by the tech team and customized for its clients’ needs.


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