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Next to pre-employment screening, many organizations also opt for in-employment screening: the screening of current employees. This one-time or periodical control helps guarantee the integrity and quality of the organization.
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One-time in-employment screening
This form of in-employment screening is often chosen by organizations that are carrying out an internal quality assessment. This form of check is also used to assess personal data from employees that are internally switching roles.
Periodic in-employment screening
Organizations often choose to have their staff screened regularly, for example in organizations where compliance is one of the qualities required from employees. In some cases, this process is not a choice but an obligation. With this continuous check, businesses ensure themselves and their clients that their personnel works with legitimate certifications and licenses.
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Screening results are ready within two working days.
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We do not download data and only report the minimum necessary.
International sources are also checked during the screenings.
Reasons for in-employment screening
- Internal career change
- Increasing laws and regulations
- Organizational changes
- Periodic control
- Internal quality assessment
- Social developments
Examples of in-employment screening checks
- Criminal Record Check
- Credit Check
- ID Check renewal
Transparent with employees
As an employee, the initiation of a screening process by you, an employer, can be intimidating. They carry out their jobs to the best of their abilities and with full transparency. So, why conduct a screening? As an employer, we assist you in being transparent about both the reasons and eventual consequences of a screening process.
We only being our research after authorization from the applicant. Hereby we adhere strictly to the regulations set by the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and only report necessary information.