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29.01.2017 : News
Less than a week left until Garda Background Screening Solutions announces new company name
2016 was an exciting journey for us at Garda Background Screening Solutions. We established partnerships with numerous new clients, launched improved mobile-friendly interfaces for both our candidate and client websites, recruited new talent within our ranks and we ended the year on a high note by being acquired by the internationally-renowned Mintz Group, a leading due diligence, investigation and background screening firm.
We do not intend 2017 to be any less exciting – quite the contrary. We are thrilled to tell you that we will be officially announcing our new company name on February 1st. This brand change will usher in a new chapter in our story where we will pursue further international growth while continuing to constantly promote operational expertise in Canada, uphold best practices, and keep pushing the boundaries of technological innovation in the background screening industry.
28.01.2019 : News
An individual’s driving record can reveal a history of offences such as impaired driving, speeding or dangerous driving. It also includes details of the driver’s licence and its history for a defined period, current status, active suspensions and fines. For some recruiters, an in-depth check of a candidate’s driving record is particularly useful in assessing whether a candidate meets industry standards, corporate insurance requirements and can reliably drive a company… Lire la suite »
06.01.2019 : News
Job applicants are becoming more subtle in how they falsify their resumes It may seem paradoxical that as companies become more efficient in performing effective background screening on applicants, the process is becoming more costly. The reason is simple: job applicants are becoming more subtle in how they falsify their resumes. They exaggerate and inflate rather than outright lie. Instead of deliberately lying on their resume by making up non-existent… Lire la suite »
04.09.2018 : News
The Ontario government passed Bill 3, the Pay Transparency Act 2018, on April 26, 2018. This Act will come into force on January 1, 2019, making Ontario the first province in Canada passing legislation regarding the regulation of pay transparency in the hiring process. This legislation is a part of the Ontario government agenda to promote gender equality and equal compensation. What is the purpose of the Act? Even though making distinction… Lire la suite »