Tuesday, February 17
Global screening helps prevent employee fraud, ensure compliance, and reduce legal risks, but 85% of employers aren’t conducting them. Learn critical global screening steps and how to avoid common mistakes.
Eighty-five percent of organizations have a critical security gap that leaves them open to risks for employee fraud, security issues, and legal liabilities – they are not conducting global background checks. Businesses are sourcing candidates globally for offices around the world. Understanding and verifying these candidates' employment and education experience as well as other facets of their backgrounds is critical, but screening candidates on a global scale is complex and fraught with pitfalls. The type of data available to be verified, employment laws, privacy regulations, process requirements, and cultural views of screening all vary drastically from country to country and these differences can impact how screening is conducted. This session identifies common mistakes and how to avoid them and explores how to best navigate global requirements.
Presented by: Dan Shoemaker, Senior Managing Director, EMEA and APAC, HireRight, USA
Dan Shoemaker is Senior Managing Director, leading HireRight’s EMEA and APAC business including market strategy/development, business development, client support, and delivery of HireRight solutions based in London. Prior to HireRight, Mr. Shoemaker was with Altegrity company USIS, serving as director of the Central Business Unit. Prior experience includes serving as Assistant Secretary of Transportation for the Commonwealth of Virginia and managing government affairs for the National Air Transportation Association. Mr. Shoemaker served as the 2009-2010 Chairman of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS), where he oversaw the development of chapters in Europe and Asia-Pacific, meeting the new demands of a globalizing industry. Mr. Shoemaker holds an MBA from the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, and a BA in Geography from Virginia Tech.