The ‘purpose field’ on your National Police Check application may seem innocuous, but it’s critical to the checking process. Here’s why you need to populate the field accurately.
New Zealand’s Ministry of Justice is overhauling its existing Criminal Record and Traffic Check system. Here’s what you need to know about the changes.
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).
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?
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.
When you order a police check, you're required to provide identification documents with your order. While you had to upload 100 points of ID previously, now you're required to submit four documents and a biometric link. Here's what this all means.
Getting background screening as part of a company’s onboarding process is standard practice for many organisations. The degree of verification ranges from simple employment references and police checks right through to role specific checks, such as; VEVO visa/work entitlement, financial checks, traffic, psychometric and many more.
If you’ve ordered a police check for employment and it’s been delayed, don’t panic. We explain the Australian National Police Check process and what being ‘referred’ really means.