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We’ve taken the pain out of checking references

We’ve taken the pain out of checking references

Reference checks are a bit like going to the dentist – you know it’s something you really need to do, but you never look forward to going (sorry, if you’re a dentist). Just imagine if you could send someone else to the dentist instead of going yourself? Like, a dental surrogate. We can’t do that…

How to choose the perfect reference check for your candidate

How to choose the perfect reference check for your candidate

We’ve recently created two new types of Employment Reference Checks. You can now choose between our Streamlined and Verified references. So, what’s the best choice for your candidate today? In this post, we give you a rundown of our two new checks. We explain how to weigh up your requirements and decide which check is best…

National Police Checks vs Australian Federal Police Checks

National Police Checks vs Australian Federal Police Checks

You need to get a police check, but you’re not sure whether you need a National Police Check or a Federal Police Check. In most instances (such as employment), you will only need to obtain a National Police Check. Below we break down exactly what each check is and what they’re used for, so you can get a quick overview of which check you need.

Australia’s higher education sector at a glance

Australia’s higher education sector at a glance

Have you ever wondered how much revenue the Australian higher education sector generates? Or how many Australians hold a bachelors degree? If you’re hiring in the education sector, you’ll want to be across this snapshot of the current state of the industry.

Living & Breathing Innovation – Meet Colin Boyan

Living & Breathing Innovation – Meet Colin Boyan

We’re opening the doors to the CVCheck office, and introducing another member of our management team. Our current longest-serving staff member, our Chief Information Officer – Colin Boyan. Explain your role at CVCheck In one word, I’d say I’m a facilitator. I oversee strategy and innovation, imagining things as they could be, and then helping the…

How to engage employees during organisational crises & significant change

How to engage employees during organisational crises & significant change

Every organisation has either gone through – or will experience – a serious crisis during its existence. That’s inevitable and often uncontrollable, according to employee engagement expert and speaker at this year’s AHRI conference, Dr James Adonis. What is manageable, however, is how the leadership team responds to the dilemma. Here’s how it’s done. When…

CVCheck appoints a new Chair

CVCheck appoints a new Chair

We welcome Ivan Gustavino to our Board and farewell Chris Brown. This week Ivan Gustavino the highly experienced seasoned and technology industry executive and corporate advisor joined CVCheck’s Board as an Independent Non-Executive Director and assumed the role of Chair. Rod Sherwood CVCheck CEO explains “On behalf of our shareholders I am very pleased to…

HR professionals & personal liability: Know your obligations

HR professionals & personal liability: Know your obligations

How far does a HR worker’s liability extend? It’s worth knowing how to protect yourself so you don’t become an accessory to payroll breaches, workplace bullying, visa issues and more.

6 innovation mistakes almost every organisation makes

6 innovation mistakes almost every organisation makes

Sometimes organisations put a lot of effort into being ‘innovative’, but nothing seems to come of it. Dr Amantha Imber, author of The Innovation Formula, explains how businesses might be standing in their own way.

Q4FY18 Results & Operating Update

Q4FY18 Results & Operating Update

We are pleased to announce our 4C results and operating update for the quarter ending 30 June 2018. Summary highlights: Another record quarter with $3.4 million of revenue reported in Q4 – up 25% on pcp (Q4FY17: $2.7 million) Strong 20% uplift in customer cash receipts in Q4FY18 to $3.3 million vs $2.8 million Q4FY17…

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