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Alexander House
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[f] +44 1628 485 290 is part of the Experian credential management company and offers a complete background checking and vetting service for screening job applicants. The level of checks can be selected from a range of options including criminal records, financial background, employment verification and qualification screening.

With as many as 70% of job applicants exaggerating their background or even lying, its important to be sure that the most appropriate employee is chosen. offers on-line or paper based administration and provides a quick turn around.
Reduce seasonal security risks of temporary employees with better background checking.
14 November, 2007 warns of the dangers of taking on temporary seasonal workers over the Christmas holidays without investing in the peace of mind of having their backgrounds checked out. outlines social networking dangers
25 September, 2007
According to, the use of social networking sites could impede career progression
Online employee vetting service offers improved flexibility
17 September, 2007
BC online vetting service can be accessed from anywhere in the world at any time.
Social networking bad for career prospects.
27 July, 2007 warms of the dangers of using social networking sites for upwardly mobile career builders.
Comment on staff screening in the NHS
04 July, 2007
Steve Bailey, managing director of comments on the link between terror suspects and their employment in the NHS.
International identity verification tool.
03 May, 2007
VeriScan from enables the verification of identities of foreign nationals and helps prevent fraud in companies with immigrant workers.
Vetting services challenges exaggerated CVs
18 April, 2007 survey respondents believe a knowledge of vetting policy would prevent them from lying or exaggerating CV details.
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