How often do you think one should verify an employee?
A few years in this service, we have generated some interesting numbers. Our statistic shows that most corporate employers embrace employee verification as part of the company’s “must-do” in hiring new employees. This is not the same with verifying low skilled or domestic employees. Over time, we also observed increased metrics in the demand for domestics employees and low skilled workers’ verification by the private sectors, a laudable one, we must say.
However the essence of employee verification is not to conduct one-off due diligence on your employee rather, it is targeted at integrating a process within your company’s structure or family values depending on your verification of choice.
When you receive a verification report from us, depending on the category of verification requested, you will most likely see an exclusion clause like this:
“The information, residential and work addresses herein provided and where applicable, including pictures, locations, properties and persons verified by us are reflective of the status as of the date of search herein above stated in this report”
An integrated verification process recognises the dynamic nature of information and understands that they are subject to change. A process that engages a verification company for new hire due diligence and partners with the same company a year or two down the line to reverify employee’s updated records. This we call continuous monitoring and evaluation process.
At Iverify. ng, we pride in our “extended services” where we facilitate re-verification of employees to confirm their updated addresses, eliminate deceased guarantors and provide post-hire support to help our partners manage their risks better.
Talk to us today for all your verification needs.