SBS has partnered with many industry professionals to give our clients leverage in managing their HR functions.
eScreen’s Occupational Health Network (EOHN) is one of the largest networks of clinics in the country. With more than 4,000 service locations, eScreen offers a comprehensive choice of services, from drug screens and BATs to physical exams, medical services, blood tests and more. eScreen’s patented eCup and eReader rapid screening technology gives our clients access to 15 minute negative drug test results with a paperless electronic chain-of-custody form (eCCF) at enabled locations nationwide.
Accio Data automates the screening process to give clients an innovative and integrated approach to data delivery and verification. Accio’s electronic I-9 solution allows applicants to electronically complete, sign, e-verify and store I-9 forms. Accio’s exclusive Validate Now technology assures input is valid and properly formatted. This no worry feature sends customized email notifications of expiring work authorizations.
NAPBS – We are proud members of The National Association of Professional Background Screeners, which promotes ethical business practices, compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act, equal employment opportunity and state consumer protection laws relating to the background screening profession. The NAPBS provides educational programs aimed at empowering members to better serve clients and to maintain standards of excellence in the background screening profession.
Concerned CRA’s – A group of like-minded CRA’s (Consumer Reporting Agencies) who are concerned about the future of the employment background screening industry. Some employment background screening firms send individuals’ sensitive personal information (i.e. social security numbers and financial account information) off-shore to be processed. We believe that sending such information off-shore places both applicants and employers at risk and should be avoided whenever possible. Alternatively, when personal information is sent to other countries, applicants and employers should be made aware of this practice in advance.