CV Screening

Why Is CV Screening So Important?

CV screening, what is it and why is it important? When searching for a new employee, you will undoubtedly receive many resumes of potential candidates. Resumes contain important information and data about the applicant’s background. In practice, however, it turns out that most resumes contain falsehoods. Often, the truth about obtaining a degree or diploma is distorted. People also tell ‘fibs’ about their work experience. How can you separate truth from lies and how do you select a suitable candidate?

CV Screening Brings Certainty for Employers

Employers run many (potential) risks when hiring an employee. All too often, a hired employee does not meet expectations at a later stage, or proves unreliable. Naturally, as an organisation, you would like to prevent this time-consuming and costly situation. CV screening offers you certainty that the candidates’ resumes are in order and have been truthfully completed. CV screening focuses on the analysis and verification of specific data regarding work experience, education and degrees or diplomas. Subsequently, it can be determined if the person in question is a suitable and reliable potential candidate for your organisation.

Minimising Risks Through CV Screening

Validata takes care of the work and offers assistance throughout the screening process. Validata can take away your uncertainties and concerns when hiring a new employee, by providing of a user-friendly and flexible online screening process. A personal screening report is provided for each (potential) employee. All the candidates’ records are processed in accordance with relevant law and legislation and compliance requirements. Validata believes protecting personal data is of the utmost importance and therefore handles it with great care. CV screening is a useful tool to eliminate potential risks and concerns for you as an employer, about (future) employees. After the screening, you can safely say which candidates are sufficiently reliable and honest to work in your organisation and be successful.

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