Employment verifications confirm a candidate’s employment history, which includes work experience, qualifications, and credentials.
If the organization you applied to ordered an employment verification screening for you, you’ll be asked to provide your employment history for a specific number of years. This includes job title, manager, and location.
If Checkr can’t verify an employer, Checkr may ask you to provide a document below:
- A United States tax form:
- Schedule C
- Letter from their former HR department on company letterhead
- Pay stub
Checkr doesn't accept W-9 forms as proof of employment.