Typically, background screening is conducted at the very end of the hiring process: between the interview stage and the job offer. But why don’t organisations conduct background checks earlier? For many, the answer comes down to one factor – cost. In this article, we explore the reasons background checks are usually left until the end of the hiring process, and examine some of the benefits for...
News stories about crimes such as identity fraud or false qualifications usually focus on the price paid by the individual, rather than the organisation that employed them. But even when an organisation is not found to have breached any laws and did the right thing by reporting a crime as soon as they became aware of it, they can still suffer significant brand damage. This in turn can lead to...
Feeling overwhelmed by the administrative burden created by mandatory vaccine certificate checks? It doesn’t need to be difficult.
With COVID-19 vaccinations in full swing, Australian businesses need a simple way to keep track of their employees’ immunisation records. Here’s how.
Staying compliant and avoiding risks are not one and the same – understanding how compliance and risk differ is the key to managing both effectively.
So Michael, tell us more about yourself – where are you from?
Three months on from the acquisition, CVCheck and Cited have joined forces to bring their customers the best in credentials management and background screening. Here’s the latest…
We have released our latest product updates, designed to further improve the usability and flexibility of our platform. If you’ve logged in recently and are wondering how to use them, here’s a rundown of what you’re looking at and why it’s good news.
This article gives you a step-by-step guide to explain the steps you can take to get seen when employers are searching the Cited network for skilled workers.If you have ever been mobilised to site through the Enable ERMS system, we recommend converting these records across to your Cited profile. The steps for this are explained here.
A good friend of mine who also happens to be an awesome HR practitioner, had a personalised ending to his emails; “Doveryai, no proveryai”….Trust, but verify.