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GDPR: What Happens Now? Chapter 1 – Transparency

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Following the release of our GDPR White Paper and the GDPR implementation date (25th May 2018), we asked Steve Girdler, Managing Director for International Business at HireRight, and Caroline Smith, Associate General Counsel for EMEA and APAC at HireRight, “so what next?” What are the biggest effects and implications of the GDPR on background screening? What […]

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EMEA Webinar – The Future of Resourcing

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On Thursday 12th July at 2PM BST, HireRight will be hosting a webinar addressing the future of resourcing, looking at the challenges and opportunities for the year ahead. Based on a global survey asking over 6000 senior HR and risk professionals, HireRight’s 11th annual Employment Screening Benchmark Report looks at the issues currently being faced […]

HireRight: Onboarding Talent, Not Risk

Onboarding Talent, Not Risk

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We at HireRight think that some people have got background screening all wrong. It can be seen by some as a witch hunt, but we view it very differently. We work with national and global businesses to help them with onboarding talent, not risk, allowing our clients to verify that their candidates are suitable for […]

What were 2017’s Top Business Challenges?

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HireRight’s 2017 EMEA Employment Screening Benchmark Report asked HR professionals from across the region to provide their opinion on the challenges and trends for the year. But what were the most prevalent business challenges HR teams were facing? Once again finding, retaining and developing talent came out on top, with 50% naming it one of […]

The Value of Screening

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Background screening is still a developing concept for many in the EMEA region, yet those who have embraced screening as part of their risk mitigation policy are seeing the benefits and the value of screening. HireRight’s 2017 EMEA Employment Screening Benchmark Report revealed that a staggering 73% of companies who screen had found issues that […]

Who, when, and what to check

How to Decide When, Who and What to Check

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One of the key considerations when beginning the process of background screening is deciding when you will conduct checks, who needs to be checked, and what they need to be checked for. This should be written in policy to ensure that there is a consistent approach to screening, now and in the future. But how […]

What’s the Risk with Temporary Workers?

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According to PWC’s ‘The Future of Work, a Journey to 2022’, there will be a big leap in the proportion of contractors making up the workforce. Hiring temporary staff may be a great way to bring in specialist skills and expertise, but many companies don’t identify the risks associated, often neglecting to screen vendors and […]

Steps to GDPR Compliance: Subject Access Rights

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Step 3 – Subject Access Rights “What you looking at?” Will subject access rights become the Vogue under the GDPR? What changes will there be to the current regime? Based on what we know for now, the GDPR subject access request (“SAR”) process will be similar to that under the current regime. The key changes […]

Tackling the Global Talent Challenges

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Talent acquisition and talent management are always a high priority for HR teams, regardless of geographical location. However, ensuring it is handled effectively can prove to be a challenge. Our regional Employment Screening Benchmark Reports revealed that each region of the world suffers issues with talent acquisition and talent management, but those challenges vary across […]

Bad Hires – What’s the Risk?

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Hiring the right people is vital to maintain the success of a business, however recruiting a new member of staff can be a risky endeavour. Not only does it take up a lot of time and investment, but getting it wrong can have a serious impact. We take a look at 4 serious implications of […]