VerifyNow offer a range of checks to support organisations to hire with confidence. It is important to select the candidates who have the appropriate qualifications, experience and background to meet the selection criteria.
The range of checks include: bankruptcy check, business interest check, digital footprint check, directorship check and Applicant integrity interviews.
The Bankruptcy Register Search (BRS) is an online service to access personal insolvency information about individuals directly from the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII).
The NPII is under the responsibility of the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
The NPII provides information about individuals who have been subject to proceedings under the Bankruptcy Act 1966 from August 1928. It does not include any information on company liquidations or administrations.
Does the applicant have an interest in other businesses that might cause a conflict of interest in the role they are applying for? This check is commonly used for positions such as directors, managers and other decision-making roles.
Information is obtained from the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) and will include the following details:
- Name of any company they have been involved in
- Positions held
- Dates of appointment.
Want to know if this candidate poses a risk to your organisation’s reputation before you hire them? Review the candidate’s online presence and see what has been published by and/or about the candidate in the public domain.