Printing mistakes can prove to be quite costly!

When compiling your documents while applying for various jobs it is extremely important that you verify all the details present on them. Here I would like to mention a recent incident that took place while we were conducting a background check for a candidate on behalf of a prospective employer. Upon receiving a degree of a candidate we asked the concerned university to get the details present in the certificate verified. We had to carry out multiple follow-ups before we heard from the university notifying us to our great dismay (and of course to the candidate’s dismay) that the enrollment

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Objectivity in Reference Checks – A Twin Edged Sword

Background verification entails the credibility of an ex-employee, sufficed by a former employer. The report is drawn collectively on the data supporting capability and eligibility for the role with the new employer. Christopher Ketcham, in Truthdig, explained how objectivity is quintessential for an information provider. Else it runs a threat of ending up being viewed as an opinion rather than a fact. The authority is supposed to be the ‘all-seeing eye’. Consequently, there are two outcomes of this process. First one is to support the credibility of the employee, and the second is to establish an organization as a judicial

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Background Verification – Why and Where

The human factor drives business. The credibility of this crucial factor comes from the delivery in producing what has been promised by the company. When a business is delivering to a client, certain standards need to be maintained. This emphasises the premium returns as agreed in the service level agreement. Here the SLA defines the kind of talent required to deliver the job. Defining capabilities is followed by the verification of standards of the talent joining the organization. Here begins the background verification process. This process is structurally designed to add credibility to the professionals. The checks begin when the

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