Psychometrics evolution: how testing has won over HR

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See a recent article from HireRight’s Becky Mossman on Personnel Today discussing the effectiveness of psychometric testing. Some key points from the article: Psychometrics tools have long been associated with senior hires, but new research suggests that organisations are spreading their use of psychometrics to all job levels. Three-quarters of respondents use psychometrics and 78% […]

Preventing leadership scandals in Financial Services

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How can financial services companies prevent a leadership scandal? See advice from HireRight’s Steve Girdler in a recent article featured in Global Banking & Finance Review. Some of the key points: Britain’s largest banks have paid over £50bn over the last six years for misconduct, but are now beginning to rebuild their reputation. The FCA’s […]

Russian Regulator publishes Data Localisation clarifications: one month to go…

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The long requested guidance to interpreting the Russian Data Localisation laws have now been released by the Ministry of Communications, just one month before the new law comes into force, which requires that organisations that collect personal data from individuals in Russia store that data within Russian territory. The guidance is non-binding, but these are […]

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FCA and PRA publish final rules for new regulatory regimes

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On the 7th July 2015 the FCA and PRA published the final rules for the new regulatory regime for banks, building societies, credit unions and PRA-designated investment firms. These rules come into force on the 7th March 2016 and there is a timeline for implementation of various phases of these rules. Within this publication they […]

Saving Private Ryan, on Social Media

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The ubiquitous use of social media in recruitment involves candidates, human resource departments and recruiters finding themselves having to adapt to new realities. The disruptive influence of social media on the recruitment industry is clear to see. Click here to read the article on SHRM by Ed Hickey Managing Director for Asia Pacific of HireRight   […]

From Top to Bottom: Why screening due diligence pays

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Steve Girdler, Managing Director EMEA, talks to the Business Reporter on the importance of background screening. HireRightHireRight is here to help guide you through the biggest screening challenges so you can focus on what’s important to you; attracting top talent. HireRight provides employment background screening services to organisations of any size, in every industry, and […]

Bulletin: Legal & Compliance – Singapore: how to notify individuals of the purposes of collection, use and disclosure of personal data

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Since the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (“PDPA”) came into force the principle of “notification” of individuals has been enshrined in the law.  However, the PDPA remained silent on how an organisation should achieve compliance. On September 11 2014 the Personal Data Protection Commission (“PDPC”) issued a “Guide to Notification” for organisations to follow in […]

To be Global, Act Local

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Driven by a number of factors, such as the economic growth, increasing globalisation and fierce competition for talent, global recruitment and talent attraction will continue to be a key focus for many employers in 2015 and beyond. Employers interested in expanding their business beyond their national borders, or to hire talent from abroad must be […]

Best practices and practical solutions to the global background check conundrum

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In a 2012 KPMG survey, 75% of American executives said they were expanding globally and 70% explicitly stated that they planned to expand their international employee base. For such multinationals, the dynamic and global workforce offers a unique opportunity to hire high-caliber talent. However, for the recruiters who must source global candidates, the myriad of […]

How will the proposed UK Financial Regulation changes impact recruitment and monitoring of staff?

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The recent Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standard’s (PCBS) review of the UK banking sector, made a number of recommendations for changes to the regulatory structure. The FCA and PRA then published their proposed changes, the consultation for which closed on 31st October 2014. On the 17th November 2014, the PCBS responded to the proposals, requesting […]