News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
07 August 2014 - By Zandile Mbabela
DESPITE being made aware of serious allegations of CV fraud against former dean of arts Professor Velile Notshulwana during interviews, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University still gave him the job as head of the family studies unit.
31 July 2014 - By MIE (Interview with KayaFM)
The rise in the number of unemployed people who use fraudulent degrees to get a job is certainly a growing concern in South Africa. We see this happening even at government level where officials have lied about their qualifications and faked their university certificates. Stevie B discussed this matter and its causes with Claudia van der Merwe a Marketing Manager from Managed Integrity Evaluation Ltd.
10 June 2014 - By Regina Pazvakavambwa
MIE's year-on-year growth has shown that background screening has become the cornerstone of managing risk within the HR environment.
06 June 2014 - By Ina van der Merwe
According to the US Department of Commerce, poor hiring practices are responsible for 30% of all business failures in the US.
22 May 2014 - By Marelize Uys
Credit amnesty is a hot topic of late, especially since the Department of Trade and Industry published the ‘Removal of Adverse Consumer Information and Information Relating to Paid Up Judgement Regulation, 2014'.
21 May 2014 - By Fin24
The latest credit amnesty by the department of trade and industry was bound to be misinterpreted by the general public and companies alike, according to Marelize Uys, chief operations officer (COO) at Managed Integrity Evaluation (MIE).