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1. When a company deals with very sensitive material, and information it should do very thorough background checks on their job applicants before hiring them. Classified information in the wrong hands can be very destructive, and dangerous for the company and the clients they deal with. Due to BSS not doing a thorough background check on their employer from Mercelle-Poulet the employee was caught attempting to sell certain cultures to an overseas client.

Bio-Server-Systems should first start with a credit check with job applicants. The company has comply with the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act. When the applicant fills out the job application the company must let the applicant know that a credit check will be done, and then they need the applicant to approve for the background to be done. The credit check will obtain information about the applicant’s creditworthiness and standing, character, general reputation, personal information, and mode of living (Heneman, Judge, & Kammeyer-Mueller p.406). Since BSS deals with the very sensitive information a investigative consumer report should be done as well. This report will give information about the general reputation, character, personal characteristics, and the mode of living via personal interviews with friends, neighbors, or business associates of the applicant. A criminal background check should be conducted as well. This way BSS can check to see if the applicant has been involved in any theft, fraud, or any type of violence. These are the types of background checks BSS should run before hiring anyone to work for their company.
2. There are an abundance of questions that a company should not ask, or ask in the correct way on a job application. The questions that must be asked in a certain way that need to be for a specific reason why the company is asking them as well. One of the first…...

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