Your Candidate Has A Criminal Record: Now What? Candidate Convictions and Individualised Assessments The Cleard Life process creates an individualised assessment which evaluates all the important factors surrounding the discovery of adverse information. This includes the nature, type, recently, frequency and severity of the behaviour and most importantly the process allows the candidate to provide […]
A response to the Child Abuse Royal Commission: a way forward to stop the pain of hiring the wrong person.
A response to the Child Abuse Royal Commission: a way forward to stop the pain of hiring the wrong person. The Royal Commission’s Final Report relating to human resource management noted that “the nature of religious ministry requires more rigorous screening and selection than for other employees, to ensure that individuals are suitable for their […]
Wow. One in Six WWCC (Working With Children Card) also known as Blue Card holders have a criminal record!
1 in 6 WWCC (Working With Children Card) also known as Blue Card holders have a criminal record! How does that headline make you feel? Surprised, shocked? Should this have your executives worried? If you knew that 1 in 6 of your child-workers had criminal convictions, do you think the parents would feel that your […]
We have served the Commonwealth Government for over 10 years conducting national security clearances up to the highest levels. Our vetting officers are experts in lie detection and screening out people who cannot be trusted based on their background, character and other vulnerabilities. If you have children, we know how concerned parents can be […]
3 Ways School Principals Can Reduce the Risk of Child Abuse on their Watch and Comply with Regulations and Ministerial Orders.
3 Ways School Principals Can Reduce the Risk of Child Abuse on their Watch and Comply with Regulations and Ministerial Orders. VICTORIA Education and Training Reform Act 2006 CHILD SAFE STANDARDS – MANAGING THE RISK OF CHILD ABUSE IN SCHOOLS Ministerial Order No. 870 The Minister for Education makes the following Order. Dated 22 December […]
1 in 4 Complaints to the Human Rights Commission are due to Criminal Record Discrimination. Are you next?
1 in 4 Complaints to the Human Rights Commission are due to Criminal Record Discrimination. Are you next? If you: Refuse jobs to candidates Dismiss Employees Refuse Promotions or Transfers … and some of the process you use to arrive at those decisions are due to the person’s criminal history, then please read on. It […]
Whether it be the religious NFP sector, the banking and finance sector or the elderly care sector, you will note the significant elements is deficiency in screening processes. Not to say that an overt Integrity check is the silver bullet: a be all & end all to the malevolent employee/volunteer acts done in the workplace […]
The research is in: Criminal History Checks are Futile. A Response to the “Scoping Review: Evaluations of Pre-employment Screening Practices.” by the University of Melbourne. Summary: Basic Screening practices which include basic referee checks and “black mark” database checks are futile. Enhanced Screening must now be the new normal. Research: The effectiveness of criminal background checks, as […]
In an Ohio-based Employers Resource Association* survey… 91 percent are using background checks. That seems high. But what s.p.e.c.i.f.i.c.a.l.l.y. does that mean? A Google search? Police check? Facebook search? LinkedIn page view? A 2 minute call to the a previous boss? But more importantly, what do you do when you receive an adverse result? To […]
Our Response to the “NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework”. NDIS: How it will work: A nationally consistent screening process will be developed: the results of the screening process for an applicant will be valid throughout Australia, regardless of the state or territory in which it was issued. Cleard.life response: As a national security vetting […]