I've been involved in a hiring process before with companies but I never had the final say. It is much like a real interview when we did it everything counted. There was about 3 or 4 people in the 'box' / 'conference' and if the interviewee addressed everyone that was a good sign. Some only addressed the person that did most of the talking. If the person had capital letters, periods, commas and other grammar qualifications that was a BIG issue. Also, there was a list of maybe 20 to 30 questions that where asked and documented. The questions dealt with if they where being hired for sales, customer service, abuse or technical support. This is what a technical support question would be "How would you walk the client thought a tracert." They also had to provide there address, a scanned ID and contact information. They also needed to sign a legal contracted that key elements such as, "you can NOT provided password lists to anyone outside the company". Granted you can run into people that you feel are capability of doing the job but there needs to be the trust factor. Best of luck!
Originally Posted by cyberworldhost
Is there a website where u can do a background check but not have to pay for it? I always see sites where u can get info on the person but have to pay like $20.
That would be cool if they had something like that for web hosting. The web hosting companies owners can submit if someone they hired stole clients or password information. This is a way for other companies to stay away from these people.