2016 HireRight EMEA Employment Screening Benchmark Report

Social Media Screening, Who’s Doing It? And Why You Shouldn’t

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Our latest benchmarking report gives insights into the social media screening policy of EMEA organisations. With the growth of social media in people’s everyday lives, the inevitable question is, what part does that play in recruitment? At what point do people’s personal profiles become important in hiring? Around the world businesses must now consider whether […]

Video Interview

4 Benefits of Video Interviews

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In the digital age, it’s becoming more and more likely that the first time you meet your future employee will be by video call. But can video calls be as effective for evaluating whether someone is right for a role? There are many benefits of conducting an interview by video: Convenience: With the workforce becoming ever […]

Financial Conduct Authority

UK Financial Regulation – Regulated References and Other News

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We have been waiting for the regulators to publish their rules around regulated references and extending the new regime to cover different roles (algorithmic traders and client-dealing functions). They have published some updates but it will take a bit longer for us to know exactly what’s needed and implement everything following some recent updates from […]

Regulation Ready

Top 10 Tips on being FCA Regulation Ready

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HireRight recommends financial service firms take the following steps to mitigate the risk of falling below minimum standards and competitors: Plan – Have a plan for the next two years to ensure that you are ready not only for March 7 2016 but also 2017 when the rules are applicable more widely. Review your policies […]

Employment Application

Nearly Two Thirds of Job Applications Contain Errors

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Almost two thirds (64 per cent) of job applications contained errors in 2015, according to new research by HireRight, the global candidate due diligence company. This represents an eight percentage point rise in the proportion of people, either deliberately or accidentally, including incorrect details when applying for a job (from 56 per cent in 2014). […]