MIE conducts verifications of Matric, Grade 12 and Senior Certificates. MIE can also carry out checks on tertiary qualifications including short courses, certificates, diplomas, degrees, honours, Doctorates, PhD's directly with institutions globally
MIE can assist you to verify and check an individual's criminal record by capturing digital fingerprints and checking their prints against the AFIS database. MIE uses AFISwitch on behalf of the South African Police Service (SAPS) to conduct the verification of all criminal records.
All credit checks are performed in a real-time electronic environment, ensuring fast and accurate delivery. As an accredited Credit Bureau, MIE sources credit information directly from four major bureaus in South Africa.
MIE offers focused and specialized global screening solutions to clients. MIE offers screening services in over 30 African countries and boasts a network of reputable screening partners from 6 continents around the globe.
Providing clients with a thorough and diligent review of a prospective supplier or company prior to an appointment, investment decision, or for ensuring that our client’s business associates are complying and adhering to legislation and good corporate governance principles.
We offer a large range of packed assessment solutions across all levels, or we can partner with you to customise a solution that will fit your need. We also offer individual stand-alone assessments such as personality, emotional intelligence, cognition, integrity and skills assessments.
MIE’s 2020 Background Screening Index highlights importance of screening as hiring crunch continues
Managed Integrity Evaluation’s (MIE) 10th annual Background Screening Index (BSI) shares statistics and highlights the impact the pandemic had on levels of activities in the industry, showing how the lockdown affected demand for background screening, and emphasizing which industries were impacted in both activity and risk.
Specialised Technical Skills are in High Demand but in Short Supply
Specialised Technical Skills are in High Demand but in Short Supply The World Economic Forum predicts that over a third of skills that are considered important today will have changed over the next five years. According to the Future of Jobs report, two of the top five drivers of change in South Africa over the past five years are technology related – big data and mobile internet/cloud technology. CareerJunction’s latest jobs index shows that the Information Technology sector in general has a demand for skills that far outweighs the supply, which is at 50% of demand.
Psychometric Assessments – How do we protect ourselves?
The MIE Assessment team has recently noted a steep increase in the queries we have received from candidates that were assessed. Some are just curious and want to understand their own development areas for career planning, but many are challenging their results, or even the outcome of the recruitment process. We suspect that it might be linked to the high unemployment rate in our country and the reduced opportunities that are available due to many organisations embarking on recruitment freezes.