Few of us get the chance to dawdle these days. Whether we want to be or not, we are forced into fifth gear. We are busy doing, being, achieving. When we feel so over extended, we tend to make quick decisions and we can sometimes be rather careless about our choices. We neglect to conduct due diligence. None of this is intentional, of course. It is merely human nature.
But there is a big down side to avoiding due diligence efforts , even though it is completely unintentional. When you're tired and stressed, mistakes and poor decisions are much more possible, even for the most level headed person. In some instances, though, you can call on an ally to help – a private investigator. With the help of a firm like , you can get professional due diligence investigations for important decisions – and peace of mind.
For example, let's say that your family needs a new nanny. You and your spouse are already burning that proverbial candle at both ends. You somehow make the time to interview potential candidates. But you are very aware of how today's world can deceive even the most observant people. You know that documents can be falsified so well that it's nearly impossible to detect wrongdoing. You know that checking references is not always the foolproof answer, either.
You are on edge, searching for the most secure approach for this choice. After all, you hope to find a trustworthy, honest and loving person to care for your children while you are away. So you hire to provide background check services on your top choices.
If your nanny candidate is new to America, you know that our agency has the means to complete a background investigation on her life in her home country. We know the culture. We often have global connections and we know how to utilize resources that you can't ever access. We can tell you if the potential candidate is a legal resident on American soil. We can complete a criminal background search, too.
Our data bases and abilities give us the capabilities to perform thorough employment background checks that answer all of your questions. Wouldn't you want any potential bad news before leaving your children in the care of a person you don't know?
-Brenda McGinley, CEO, All in Investigations, All in Investigations