News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
25 June 2018 - By MIE
Managed Integrity Evaluation (MIE), the largest background screening and vetting company in Southern Africa, is pleased to introduce Michelle Baron-Williamson as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. As Michelle Baron-Williamson takes up the baton of Chief Executive, MIE retains founding member Ina van der Merwe in a key strategic role for the business.
11 June 2018 - By MIE
The spate of corporate scandals brought to the fore in 2017 has raised public awareness and concerns over bribery, corruption and fraud in the country. Coupled with heightened security, increasing number of investigations and, integration of evolving legislation, organisations are faced with legal obligations and accountability in every corner of their business.
24 May 2018 - By CNBC Africa
World trade volumes increased by 0.9 per cent in the first month of this year, this comes after a strong year of global trade in 2017.This has assisted in the increased globalisation of supply chains and labour markets.
22 May 2018 - By MIE
World trade volumes increased by 0.9% in the first month of 2018, following a strong year of global trade in 2017, which demonstrates that globalisation is still on the rise. As economies, markets and companies become increasingly interconnected and globalised, so do supply chains and labour markets – only, the risk considerations become more complex.
07 May 2018 - By MIE
Research indicates that procurement fraud is the third most reported crime in South Africa. With rising public awareness on anti-bribery and corruption, public and private organisations are forced to relook their procurement practices – and demand for comprehensive supplier vetting is seeing steady growth in South Africa.
24 April 2018 - By MIE
Much has been said over the last few years about the millennial workers entering the workplace and how this generation is going to redefine and reshape the workplace of the future. But, is this getting organisations in a panic over changing their hiring policies and practices?