These new restrictions on whose credit information employers can access could obscure insight into a candidate’s character. Then again, it also creates a case for pre-employment polygraph screening.
The aim of the CarerCheck workshop was to dispel the myth that school principles, boards, and councils cannot be held responsible for the conduct of other school employees. Here’s a rundown of the event.
Ever been arrested for possession of dagga? Last year’s Constitutional Court ruling means you can now have your criminal record expunged. Here are the steps you need to take.
Can you be held liable for the actions of an employee? In the tragic case of UCT Student Uyinene Mrwetyana, it’s likely that the liability of the Post Office will be tested.
Applying for a visa? Moving abroad? The South African Police Service (SAPS) recently changed the police clearance certificate application process. Here’s what you should know…
Lying on your CV could come with public humiliation if the National Qualifications Framework Amendment Bill is passed.
The International Polygraph Studies Centre (ISPC) kicks off its 2019 training schedule in Cape Town with Basic Polygraph Training from March 11th to May 17th, 2019. It’s a foundation course which will equip you with the necessary skills to conduct polygraph assessments for private companies, intelligence services, military structures, law enforcement agencies, and government departments.
Ban the Box restricts employers asking about a candidates criminal convictions, and appears to be gaining traction in the United States. But will it work in SA?
Fingerprint specialist and CSI Africa contractor, Armand van Heerden, has become the first individual from Africa to earn the title of Certified Crime Scene Analyst (CSSA) from the International Association for Identification (IAI).