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LinkedIn: 6 ways to get the truth

LinkedIn: 6 ways to get the truth

LinkedIn is an invaluable tool for recruiting top talent. But how do you know whether your favourite candidate really completed a 12-week volunteering role in Kenya?

If you’re an HR manager, here are the top six tips to help you determine whether that LinkedIn profile you’re admiring is true.

What are the top 10 professions that require a Police Check?
CVCheck New Zealand Honoured With Gazetting

CVCheck New Zealand Honoured With Gazetting

We’re pleased to announce that CVCheck has been gazetted by the New Zealand Director-General of Health, Chai Chuah.  In 2016 CVCheck was selected as the exclusive provider of Children’s Worker Safety Checks for specific groups of children’s workers from the New Zealand Ministry of Health, New Zealand Ministry of Education and New Zealand Ministry of…

Working with Children in New Zealand – What you need to know.

Working with Children in New Zealand – What you need to know.

As Nelson Mandala once said, “there can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children”. New Zealand’s new government safety checking regulations certainly highlight the importance of protecting children in the community. From July 2015 all paid employees and contractors who work with children for state-funded…

eBook: The cost of a bad hire

eBook: The cost of a bad hire

Ever hired the wrong person for the job? You’re not alone. Around 95% of organisations admit they make bad hires each year, but what’s the real cost of a bad hire to your business?

Don’t let a bad reference get in the way of a great career

Don’t let a bad reference get in the way of a great career

Worried a bad reference might get in the way of your dream job? Don’t. There are many ways you can prove yourself to the person you want to be your next boss.

Why your Australian National Police Check might be ‘referred’

Why your Australian National Police Check might be ‘referred’

If you’ve ordered a police check and it gets ‘referred’, what does that mean? We’ll explain.

How technology is changing HR

How technology is changing HR

It’s taken it’s time but now big data has its sights set on HR, disrupting recruitment processes for the better.

HUGO BOSS: Finding the right fit

HUGO BOSS: Finding the right fit

As one of the most recognisable fashion houses in the world, HUGO BOSS knows its two greatest assets are luxurious merchandise and the talented staff who sell it. 

Checks before cheques: Why the finance industry conducts background checks

Checks before cheques: Why the finance industry conducts background checks

Want to work in banking or finance? Make sure your personal paperwork is up-to-date, because potential employers will thoroughly vet your credentials. Here’s what you need to know – and provide.

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Job hopping: Does it matter?

Job hopping: Does it matter?

So you’ve changed jobs. A lot. Is it really a bad look? 

CVCheck awarded 13th in Deloitte’s Tech Fast 50 Australia

CVCheck awarded 13th in Deloitte’s Tech Fast 50 Australia

2016 was a massive year for CVCheck, and we were honoured and thrilled to end the year on a high by being nominated and then placing 13th in the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Australia, and 95th across Asia Pacific in their Tech Fast 500.

Check this out: The history of reference checks

Check this out: The history of reference checks

Background checks are nothing new – throughout history we’ve found plenty of ways to check the credentials of people we hire and do business with.

Minimising risk when working with children

Minimising risk when working with children

Just because your employee has a Working With Children Check does not mean you, or your employee, are covered. Here’s why.

Measure twice, cut once: How to check if your tradie is qualified

Measure twice, cut once: How to check if your tradie is qualified

Trying to find a great tradie can feel like taking a shot in the dark. It doesn’t need to.

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