CEO Mario Pecoraro Publishes “Avoiding Costly Hiring Mistakes”
Mario Pecoraro, CEO of Alliance Worldwide Investigative Group, has recently published “Avoiding Costly Hiring Mistakes,” available on Amazon.com. The book includes best practices to avoid risk in the employment world through thorough background investigations.
In addition to pre-employment background investigations on applicants, the book covers how to avoid risks with current employees, sub-contractors and gig workers. Best practices to handle physical, cyber and social risks are also reviewed. The book is available in paperback and Kindle formats.
According to Mario Pecoraro, “One of the most reliable ways to avoid HR problems is to hire the right people in the first place. Thorough, compliant background investigations are key to creating a corporate culture based on honesty, integrity, and strong work ethic. Too many times, someone drops the ball…and red flags go unheeded. The results can be disastrous and unfortunately, sometimes deadly! This book provides all the tips, best practices, and warning signs HR Professionals should look for when making hiring decisions. Topics covered include compliance, best practices, litigation trends, and specific recommendations by industry.”
Alliance Worldwide Investigative Group is a member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) with employees who hold NAPBS FCRA Advanced Certification. This signifies that Alliance is committed to thoroughly understanding FCRA laws, which mitigates non-compliance problems with obtaining and using information contained in a background check. NAPBS exists to promote ethical business practices, compliance with the FCRA, equal employment opportunity and state and international consumer protection laws relating to the background screening profession.
Mario’s previous book, The Claim Game: Twenty Best Practices When Managing and Investigating Workers’ Comp Claims is also available on Amazon and provides practice advice on how to identify and eliminate fraud.
For more information contact Alliance Worldwide Investigative Group (518) 514-2944 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.