“Corra Group can set up your account so once you conduct the motor vehicle driving record, the HR Manager can determine if candidate would make a viable employee,” said Nick Gustavson, Co-Founder of Corra Group..
El Segundo, CA (PRWEB)
December 05, 2017
Corra Group is advising all employers, that in order to avoid liability issues, they should conduct motor vehicle driving records on all employees driving for the business during the holiday season. The MVR will go a long way to avoiding any missteps before putting a driver out on the road.
“It is a busy holiday season and employers need to hire drivers,” said Nick Gustavson, Corra Group Co-Founder. “Everyone is in a hurry to get their workers onboard. But unless you vet your drivers properly, you can encounter serious liability issues.”
“The Department of Transportation mandates that you run MVRS on new commercial drivers,” said Gustavson. “But it is not legally necessary to conduct driving records on non-commercial drivers. Not doing this is a mistake. Should the driver have an accident and injure someone, you, the employer, could be liable. If the driver you hired is driving on a suspended license, or has a driving record that makes him suspect or even insurable, the employer could have a major problem”
Gustavson noted that for most states Corra Group offers the MVR driving abstract with a turnaround time of around sixty seconds. He offered that in a minute or less the Human Resources Manager will know whether it is safe or not to put a new employee behind the wheel.”
“Corra Group can set up your account so once you conduct the motor vehicle driving record, the HR Manager can determine if candidate would make a viable employee,” said Gustavson. The HR Manager could then move on with additional background checks for employment screening, including criminal records searches.”
Gustavson noted that many employers use drivers for all sorts of tasks during the holiday season. He pointed out that a lot of small businesses just need someone to make local deliveries or to run errands.
“An employer could hire a commercial driver to deliver larger packages,” said Gustavson. Or it could be a gift or wine shop owner, hiring temporary drivers to make deliveries to commercial offices…