38% - The percent of people that have admitted that they had embellished their job responsibilities at some point on a resume or application. 1
572,000 - The number of violent crimes (rape/sexual assault, robbery and aggravated and simple assault) committed against employees at work in 2009.
65 million - The number of American adults (1 out of 4) that have a criminal record of some kind2
30% - The percent of employees that have admitted to stealing from their employers; 41.2% of those being managers, 39% being regular employees, and 19.3% being executives.
35% - Percent of applicants that had one or more violations or convictions on their driving record5
937% - The net return on investment (ROI) on a pre-employment background check. This takes into account the cost of employee turnover and the costs of catastrophic hires - employees who engage in theft, violence, sexual harassment, etc.4 6