Changes to ID Requirements for Police Checks in Australia

Changes to ID Requirements for Police Checks in Australia

The Federal Government’s National Identity Security Strategy was introduced to preserve and protect a person’s identity. The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) recently introduced changes to the ID requirements to support this initiative, and these changes affect ACIC accredited organisations, businesses and individuals applying for police checks. Here’s what you need to know. Why have…

eBook: A guide to police checks for employers

eBook: A guide to police checks for employers

A National Police Check (NPC) will not only ensure you hire the best person for the job, it’ll also help create a safer working environment, protect existing staff and safeguard your property and your organisation’s reputation. This eBook helps hiring managers understand how to incorporate NPCs into their recruitment process.

457 Visa abolishment has big impact on Australian businesses

457 Visa abolishment has big impact on Australian businesses

If you’re a business owner or hiring manager who employs foreign staff, you’re responsible for your staff’s compliance, and are at risk of heavy fines if you don’t follow the new regulations.

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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…

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.

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.

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