Make hiring decisions that are fast, compliant, & safe
Hiring teams today are expected to make sound hiring decisions despite dated records, confusing charge language, changing compliance regulations, and lack of context around records.
Checkr’s adjudication tools ensure that your teams can focus and move quickly without sacrificing safety and compliance.
Checkr’s adjudication toolset
Positive Adjudication Matrix
Reduce manual work by up to 40%
Adjudication is a manual, time-intensive process that may subject you to legal risk if done inconsistently across different counties and their unique reporting methods. Checkr’s Positive Adjudication Matrix saves you time, increases your funnel, and helps you practice fair chance hiring by automatically filtering out records you decide aren’t relevant.
Make hiring decisions faster
Supercharge your adjudication further with Assess. Assess empowers teams with granular filters across over 200 charge categories. By pre-defining criteria based on the EEOC nature-time-nature guidelines, teams can spend fewer resources on adjudication, speed up the evaluation process, and onboard new hires even faster.
A charge on a record is only a partial story. With Checkr, candidates can provide context to their background checks that help you make more informed hiring decisions, and give people a fair chance at their future.
Workflows designed to support your compliance
When making a negative hiring decision based on information found in a background check, companies need to follow certain procedures. Checkr’s adverse action workflow is designed to reduce the heavy lifting for your hiring teams, give candidates an opportunity to provide context around their records, and support compliance.
Why adjudicators love Checkr
Our compliance engine is built to account for federal, state, and local laws—even when they conflict. These rules are baked into the reporting process so all records that appear in a report are aligned to regulatory requirements.
Background data is fragmented, to say the least. Each jurisdiction and county has their own rules and regulations, plus their own language and set of terms used for charges and dispositions. Checkr developed a language classifier so that you only encounter plain English on reports you adjudicate.
Gone are the cumbersome adjudication matrixes of the past. Checkr is designed to be intuitive and easy to use.