Comparing Extended Workforce Screening in the U.S., EMEA, and APAC

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It’s fascinating – and informative – to review the findings from the American editions of our 10th Annual Employment Screening Benchmark Report with those from our European/Middle East/Africa, and Asia/Pacific Regions. We’re literally – and figuratively – oceans apart in many areas, but according to the many thousands of hiring professionals we’ve surveyed around the world, also share many of the same perspectives and practices in conducting increasingly-critical background checks.

Take a look at how we compare verifying the backgrounds of The Extended Workforce: independent contractors, contingent and temporary workers, volunteers, and vendor representatives. The results may surprise you.

Hiring Managers: Fasten Your Seat Belts!

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2017 is shaping up to be a year unlike any other. The changes that may affect the way you do your job are varied and significant.

And we’re not only talking politics here; there’s a sea change in the attitudes of the job candidates you’ll be meeting, and the variety and diversity of their expectations may pose significant new challenges for you unless you know what to expect.

Don’t worry, we’ll tell you.

Home Sweet Home – Except When You’re Working from Home

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Many of us who suffer through daily rush hour traffic can attest that getting even 45 minutes back in your day can be quite beneficial to your quality of life.

With modern day technology making telecommuting perfectly feasible for many jobs, many people fantasize about the concept of working from home.

However, while the idea of working from home is alluring, it may not work for everyone.

Background check contingent workforce

Who’s Background Screening Them?

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Many companies find contract workers to be an integral part of their workforce. With an extended workforce making up more than one-third of some companies, this contingent is clearly one of the greatest vulnerabilities of employers today.