News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
13 May 2020 - By MIE
Remaining productive whilst working remotely during the COVID-19 Lockdown presents unprecedented challenges for employees, business and the economy. The spread of COVID -19 has made the adoption of technology and remote working inevitable, with a likely lasting change in the way we work. However, many employees and business owners alike have been working from home for years, thanks to developments in technology that make remote work possible, but for some it is new.
26 March 2020 - By MIE
In preparation for the enforced nation-wide 21-day lockdown MIE has taken swift and extraordinary action, by equipping the entire MIE staff complement with the necessary facilities to work remotely.
25 March 2020 - By MIE
There is no denying that South Africa is facing unprecedented circumstances and this chilling outlook is regrettably set to continue based on reports by analysts pre, and post to the impacts of the Coronavirus taking hold in South Africa.
21 June 2019 - By eNews
eNews interview with Jennifer Barkhuizen, on the findings of MIE's 2018 Background Screening Index.
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.
28 November 2017 - By Managed Integrity Evaluation
Over the past year, there have been a number of news reports exposing candidates in high profile positions across the public and private sectors who have misrepresented their qualifications. With the economy, and as a result the job market, under pressure to perform, market demand for criminal and educational background checks remains constant – as does the associated risks.