Screening means checking whether something is correct or not. It sounds simple, and it is precisely what it is.
Global Screening does this by collecting the information the client wants verified, then compare it to what is officially registered with the sources and the available databases.
In order for us to do our part of the job well and fast, we rely on strong internal processes and a solid communication with you as Client. And of course with the consent and cooperation of the candidate.
Here’s a somewhat simplified description of how we work, and what happens along the way:
Screening requires available base information (documentation). This may be the candidate’s consent, CV, certificates, ID documents or other papers. We collect this from the client or the candidate. It loads easily up to our online system, or may be sent by e-mail.
Our order handlers check the order and provided documents, in order to assess the relevance and readability, and to see if there are deficiencies or ambiguities. Empirically, it is lacking in 20% of all orders and we can not initiate our process until it is resolved.
Information is obtained in open sources like websites, archives or databases, both free and license-based, or from external sources such as schools, universities and companies. The goal is compliance (match) between the candidate’s papers and source filings. (Remember that the answers obtained from external sources affect the delivery time. Ask us for details.)
Our Screeners assess and rank answers and findings. At the same time we evaluate our internal process, execution, delivery time and potential for improvement, so we can identify and solve errors and misunderstandings before releasing our results.
Results are documented in a report that serves as a supporting document to the candidate’s other papers. The report may be accessed through our online system, or received by e-mail. It contains confirmations of the information being assessed, showing discrepancies and findings, and reveals in a way the facts.