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Workopolisが登録者の身元調査サービスを開始

"Workopolis to offer background checks"
(Globe and Mail 2月7日)

次の現状に対処するために、WorkopolisがWeb履歴書登録者の身元調査サービスを提供することを発表。
  • 求職者の3分の1が、履歴を偽って求人に応募している
  • 18%以上のカナダ人が職歴を偽っている
  • 9%以上のカナダ人が学歴を偽っている
  • 10.7%以上のカナダ人が犯罪履歴について虚偽の申告をしている
同サービスでは、学歴のチェックとリファレンスのインタビューを顧客企業に代わって実施することで応募者の予備審査(スクリーニング)を行う。



Workopolis to offer background checks

Friday, February 4, 2005 - Page C2

With a growing number of job applications being posted through the Internet, on-line job site Workopolis signed a deal yesterday for candidate screening with BackCheck.

One-third of job seekers falsely represent themselves in their applications, according to BackCheck, a Canadian company that provides background checks on candidates.

At least 18 per cent of Canadians misrepresent their work history, 9 per cent their education and 10.7 per cent have a criminal record.

Workopolis is the first recruitment site to offer this level of services, which include education verification and reference interviews within 24 to 48 hours.

"Our objective at Workopolis is to provide organizations looking to hire with access to the greatest number of quality candidates, as well as the tools they need to narrow the search process," said Workopolis president Patrick Sullivan.

Workopolis is a partnership between The Globe and Mail division of Bell Globemedia, Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd. and Gesca Ltd., a subsidiary of Power Corp. of Canada.
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by workincanada | 2005-02-08 11:41 | カナダ就職・転職