CVCheck’s Brett Fraser joined Paul Molony from JobAdder to discuss the Royal Commission’s Interim Report into Aged Care. They examined the report’s findings and looked at what the requirement for continuous improvement means for the future of the industry.
Recent changes to Commonwealth anti-discrimination laws give employers greater certainty in acting on criminal records revealed during background screening. CVCheck’s General Counsel, Craig Sharp, explains.
The public servant who was sacked from her senior SA government role for a string of charges, including CV fraud, has faced the music and will spend at least a year behind bars for her deception.
Maltreatment in childhood often leads to adverse outcomes in adulthood. Here, we look at what those long-term effects are and the ways in which employers of people working with children can reduce the risks of harm to young people.
Candidates are customers too. Learn why recruiters have a responsibility to be brand ambassadors for their organisations at every step of the hiring process.
Following the release of the Interim Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care, we explore how the industry is changing – and how new standards are impacting both providers and their clients.
Business fraud comes in all shapes and sizes, and even the sturdiest enterprises aren’t immune. Learn how and why organisational fraud can occur, as well as steps to protect your company against sinister parties.
CVCheck is excited to announce strategic alliance with the cloud-based, automated reference check software, Xref. This unique collaboration is a result of our joint commitment to delivering the best customer experience and the most comprehensive service offering in the industry, providing our clients with freedom of choice and greater flexibility.
Filling executive, government or high-profile public-facing positions? James Sutherland, CVCheck Managing Director, New Zealand, explains how a global media search can protect your organisation from potential reputational damage and find a great candidate.
A recent report into the background screening industry in the US demonstrates significant differences in industry processes compared to the Australian and New Zealand standards. CVCheck’s General Counsel, Craig Sharp, summarises the key points of his research.
Candidate interviews are considered by many to be a necessary evil. They may be a great way for you and your candidate to get to know each other but using interviews to verify your candidate’s claims can give misleading results. Luckily, an emerging tech solution will soon make the challenge of identity and claims verification a thing of the past.
With most of our major economies facing a workforce crisis by 2030, the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa program is helping to plug the labour gap in the Australian market. Since it was introduced last year, there are more temporary visa holders than ever Down Under - in fact it's the seventh most popular destination for travelling talent. Here's what else is happening in the Australian TSS visa landscape one year in.
Onboarding starts from the moment a candidate applies for a role and ghosting sends a strong message: that your business doesn’t care about people.
Popular British daily newspaper, The Daily Mail, has gone undercover to bust one of the country’s leading exam boards for dodgy hiring. Here’s how it all went down, and the simple steps the company could have taken to keep its reputation – and people – safe.
In recent months, both existing and potential clients have asked about our position on social media screening, and whether the company plans to offer the product. After thorough research, consideration and discussions with recruitment leaders, here’s our current position on the topic.
More people on more short-term visa types means greater difficulty managing your business’s compliance obligations. We take a look at how the temporary visa landscape has changed over the past year since the 457 Visa was abolished in Australia.