News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
30 August 2021 - By MIE
Innovative online platform allows South Africans to conduct comprehensive identity verification and background checks on employees, tenants and service providers
28 June 2021 - By MIE
Social media has changed the way we communicate and interact with others, on both an individual and organisational level. From staying connected and keeping up with the latest news, to searching for jobs and engaging with brands, social media has become the channel of choice for most of the world.
08 June 2021 - By Kfm
Tracey Lange chats to Jennifer Barkhuizen from MIE to discuss the importance of Background Screening and the increase in the demand for social media screening.
24 May 2021 - By MIE
The past year has seen many changes in the talent landscape, but perhaps the most significant is the impact that budget cuts have had on talent initiatives. Faced with reduced revenue, uncertain sales pipelines, drops in demand and recruitment freezes, human capital professionals have had to find innovative and alternative ways to ensure they have the required talent in place to reach their strategic goals – a daunting task for most.
23 March 2021 - By MIE
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.
17 March 2021 - By MIE
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.