Legacy Cabinets implements ID check system to screen employment applications
EASTABOGA, Ala. - Legacy Cabinets is using ID check technology from Intellicheck Inc. to screen employment applicants as part of the company's participation in the federal work force security program. ID Check reads and analyzes the data encoded in the barcodes on government issued IDs such as driver licenses and matches the information against data in a proprietary ID Check database to authenticate the ID credential in real-time.
“It is important to us to assure the safety and well-being of our employees and our communities. The trust that is placed in us has been earned over years of hard work and commitment as good citizens and trusted business partners. Intellicheck’s ID Check allows us to meet the challenges of our technology driven society with the forerunning technology that enables us to address these serious concerns,” said Carl Nicholson, CFO and Executive Senior Vice President of Finance, IT and Human Resources, Legacy.
Legacy Cabinets is a participant in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)’s IMAGE (ICE Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers) program. The IMAGE program assists employers in targeted sectors to develop a more secure and stable workforce. 
The Eastaboga, Alabama-based company has been in business for 22 years and operates a 535,000 -square-foot manufacturing facility. The company sells cabinetry, doors, moUldings and accessories to recognized retail outlets and dealers in 40 states.

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