Employee polygraph testing is allowed under certain circumstances. Here we explain testing offered to employers for pre-employment, internal theft, and loss exposure investigations. We have included required forms for employers to be in compliance with federal regulations.
We have extensive experience with identifying dishonest employees as investigators since 1981. We incorporate this skill set with polygraph testing to offer expert results when resolving employee theft issues. We are compliant with the 1988 Employee Polygraph Protection Act.
Statistics vary on just how much impact employee dishonesty has on retail businesses. As much as 80% of all losses incurred by a business can be attributed to employee theft.
Embezzlement examinations are a specialized polygraph testing process. Call us for a free consultation before taking action with unresolved employee theft issues. We recommend familiarizing yourself with EPPA laws and procedures by reviewing the forms provided at the bottom of this page.
Several law enforcement agencies in Southern Nevada trust us with their pre-employment testing. These positions require a specialized test and interview process to determine applicant suitability for positions of trust within our communities. We meet the testing standards of the American Association of Police Polygraphists.
Law enforcement testing typically explores application integrity, drug history, violence issues, and serious undiscovered crimes.
We administer background verification polygraph screening to the armored security industry. Often, unscrupulous individuals will obtain positions within these companies to set up robberies of their clients. There have been high profile cases of guards taking large sums of money and fleeing the country, never to be caught. The pre-employment polygraph test is an effective tool in preventing dishonest applicants with hidden agendas from ever gaining employment within these companies.
Raw jewelry handlers are not prohibited from being subjected to pre-employment polygraph testing, as defined in the the 1988 Employee Polygraph Protection Act. Jewelers are vulnerable to employee embezzlement and robbery conspirators. If you are a jeweler, please contact us and learn what our firm can do for you.
Please download and print this employee polygraph packet. It is important that the employer read, understand, and follow through with the instructions provided for each employee to be tested.