News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
Monday, 07 January 2019 - By MIE
The 2018 matric results have been released, showing another successful year with an improved pass rate of 78.2%. While this will lead to a number of now officially qualified matriculants looking to study further or start to enter the ‘working world’, what effect can the year-on-year decrease in matric enrolments pose to corporate South Africa (SA)?
Friday, 14 December 2018 - By eNCA - Tonight show with Jane Dutton
Fake qualifications or the exposure of these falsifications can be fatal, but new legislation aims to prevent and punish fraud.
Monday, 03 December 2018 - By MIE
Digital transformation is changing the way people and industries engage. Access to information has become easily attainable and platforms have evolved to allow for remote services on-demand. So, what does this mean for the background screening industry? Should professional vetting companies utilise this online data because it is now easier to access, and is background screening still meeting its purpose on these platforms?
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 - By MIE
With the Festive Season and Summer holidays around the corner in South Africa, this time of year is a peak business period for several industries – from retail to travel, hospitality and entertainment, etc. - and these businesses will often hire additional seasonal employees. Having extra hands to help cope with higher demand during these busy months certainly offers a number of benefits, but businesses should be vigilant and not slack on conducting background screening on all candidates and new hires.
Tuesday, 23 October 2018 - By MIE
The Transport sector plays a key role in GDP contribution in the local and global environments, and is one of the key contributors to South Africa’s economy. If you think about it, almost everything that reaches the consumer has had a road experience, which means that the commercial transport industry is a key driver to a functioning economy. Taking this into account; do businesses have the correct insight on who their drivers are?