You have probably read, heard, or even seen on television about jilted investors – people who have committed millions into investment schemes that have failed to take off. It could have been in real estate or farming for example – what seem like very sound investments to the uninformed. Kenya for instance is replete with [...]
On 13th August 2019 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa signed into law tough new rules criminalising the submission of fraudulent qualifications or misrepresentation of education credentials. This was as a result of many high profile personalities being accused of lying about their academic qualifications. The act aims to ensure the integrity of the institutions that grant [...]
In these trying times as the world is adjusting to the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic, most businesses have had to shut down entirely or operate on limited capacity. However, we are witnessing urgent demand in certain industries as a result of our collective response geared to help us win the battle as companies continue [...]
People can make mistakes and systems do not always work. Sometimes information can be recorded in the wrong way when created. Both the Employer and background check company should always give the applicant the opportunity to review any discrepancy between what is reported in the self-declaration form and what is found by a background check!
Background checks show the discrepancies between a candidate’s claims as provided in the CV and self-declaration form and the information reported by independent sources such as court records, prior employers, schools, and government agencies. A background check will simply corroborate what is stated by the candidate.