PEI offers a number of pre-employment screening services to ensure that you are hiring the best person for the job. These services can be administered independently or combined in any manner to best suit your company’s needs. Contact PEI today to have a screening strategy customized for you!
What is a Security Interview?
The Security Interview is one of the most accurate and effective pre-employment screening methods available. It is designed to obtain the real truth from job applicants, not just what they would like you to believe.
Our interviewers are highly trained professionals well versed in Behavioral Analysis interviewing techniques. The interviewer evaluates an applicant’s truthfulness by observing their subtle verbal and non-verbal behavior in response to structured job related inquires.
Areas covered include theft, dishonesty, falsification of employment history, current drug usage, attendance and punctuality concerns, as well as general “job fit”.
Why Should I Use PEI’s Security Interview?
- PEI has been conducting this type of interview for over 30 years and has a proven track record of success.
- A successful interview is dependent upon asking the right question at the right time and in the right way, which is exactly what our experts are trained to do.
- The scope of the interview is customized to address your company’s needs and to comply with applicable federal, state and local guidelines (DILHR, EEOC, ADA, etc.).
- These interviews are proven to reduce “bad hires” and turnover. The interviewer provides you with valuable insight to assist you in making the best hiring decision and reduce your hiring risk.
- When our security interview is used in conjunction with our other hiring tools, including reference checks and the Personnel Evaluation Profile (PEP), the accuracy rate for our hiring recommendations is 94%.
Study results show how effective the security interview is:
- 39% of applicants were identified as having significantly falsified their employment history.
- 33% admitted theft of product or money from jobs (or stores) in the last three years.
- 15% admitted current illegal drug usage.