The Benefits of Paperless Employee Screening with Verify Protect

Are you drowning in paper? Make the switch to Verify Protect! We work behind the scenes to make screening applicants simple—and paperless—with secure uploads, electronic signatures, and HRIS Integrations. Utilizing superior technology, outstanding customer service, and decades of experience, our goal is to provide the data you need to protect your business, customers, and employees by making informed hiring decisions that reduce the risk of liabilities… without all the mess! We offer:

  • 24-hour system access
  • Unlimited users with access controls
  • Customizable online applications
  • Secure uploads (that can be required from applicants)
  • The option to view and print results
  • Live help (available when needed)

Our unique background screening services check your potential employees for any red flags before hiring. We review criminal, civil, credit and social, government and spec, verifications, driving records, and drug testing and physical records before you make a hiring decision. That way, you’ll know without a doubt that you’re hiring great employees. And when it comes to employee screening, going paperless has a number of benefits. Read on to learn more!

Going Paperless Saves Money

In a recent article titled, “Going Paperless: A Journey Worth Taking,” Forbes states that, “We’ve been talking about the paperless office literally for decades, but the average office worker still uses some 10,000 sheets of paper a year. According to The Paperless Project (via Medium), American corporations spend over $120 billion on printed forms, most of which become outdated within three months.”

Going Paperless Improves Organization

Switching to paperless saves on physical storage space and streamlines the background screening process, allowing you to easily and quickly access information and documents all in one place with a click of a computer key. It also “improves the security of your data and confidential information,” and “protects documents from getting lost or, worse, destroyed,” according to Forbes.

Going Paperless Produces Less Waste

According to a report by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), most municipal solid waste consists of paper and paperboard (cardboard) materials, including corrugated boxes and office paper. Going paperless provides a digital solution to the excess printing, storing, and disposal of these nondurable goods.

Going Paperless is Good for the Environment

The production of paper leads to deforestation around the world and uses a significant amount of energy and water. It also requires chemicals to bleach and break down wood pulp that can potentially harm the environment. Additionally, studies show that paper mills have been found to exceed regulatory guidelines for air pollution, which increases carbon emissions and affects human health.

Are you ready to hire great employees without drowning in paper? Make the switch, and go paperless with Verify Protect! Give us a call at (888) 219-4945, email us at inforequest@verifyprotect.com, or fill out this form to contact us today!


Who are you hiring? Since 1988, Verify Protect has been a leading provider of secure, digital employment screening services for companies looking to reduce the growing liabilities of negligent hiring and poor retention rates. Headquartered in Media, Pennsylvania, we help both small and large companies across the nation to secure top talent and make solid hiring decisions by delivering advanced technology and accurate data reinforced by excellent customer service. Visit www.verifyprotect.com today to learn more!

Kristina Taylor
In 1989, Kristina began her career as a customer service representative at the newly formed American Tenant Screen, Inc. Ten years later, she pioneered tenant background screening on the Internet. As a long-standing member of the National Multifamily Resident Information Council (formerly the National Association of Screening Agencies) Kristina gains insight into the trends of the tenant screening industry to better understand the current and future needs of their clients.

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