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International Screening Solutions

Global Background Checks

Talent knows no borders. To make intelligent hiring decisions in a competitive global economy, employers require high-quality, fast and compliant international employee screening services.

Challenges and Approach
Global background check challenges are unique to every country and jurisdiction. These challenges include a prevalence of paper-based records with scant access to electronic records, legal and cultural obstacles, differences in records repository structures, variations in records accessibility policies, as well as restrictions on cross-border movement of private, sensitive information.

A-Check's approach to international employee screening is to utilize local resources well versed in local procedures. A-Check's Global Alliance Researcher Network, carefully developed over more than 30 years on the cutting edge of employment screening, is comprised of established professionals with a proven record of expertise in their countries' investigative and reporting procedures.

International research is reported in real time through A-Check's extranet systems. Global Alliance researchers receive service requests and return completed investigations as well as supporting documentation utilizing PartnerDirect, A-Check's real-time global research network system.

With PartnerDirect, A-Check researchers securely deliver consistent service and expedited turnaround times across world time zones, at very competitive prices. A-Check international researchers upload investigation results and supporting documentation, in real time, and are required to destroy any paper records containing Personally Identifiable Information (PII) once a secure upload is confirmed.

International Screening Services

  • Criminal Records Searches
  • Global Direct Sanctions Database
  • Education and Employment History
  • References Verification
  • Professional Reference Checks
  • Motor Vehicle Records Searches
  • Civil litigation searches
  • Credit checks
  • Licenses / Certifications
  • Terrorist Watch List (OFAC)
  • Drug / Alcohol / Medical screening
  • Compliance Consulting

Locations

A-Check owns and operates offices in Los Angeles, Toronto, London and Bangalore. In addition, A-Check Global Alliance PartnersÂ’ strategically-located locations provide full coverage for even the most complex international employment screening requirements.

Global Alliance Partners represent the best in their respective geographic regions, having been hand-picked as a result of their proven expertise and efficiency. Principal Alliance Major office locations include:

  • Victoria
  • Mexico City
  • Lima
  • London
  • Cape Town
  • New Delhi
  • Shanghai
  • Singapore
  • Sydney
  • Manila

A-Check's Outsourcing Policy: No Outsourcing

A-Check does not (and never has) outsourced or offshored customer service or employment / education verification functions. A-Check firmly believes in the value of a centralized single-point-of-contact service model which results in consistent, high levels of customer satisfaction ratings and a successful verifications rate of better than 99.8 percent.

We do not utilize home workers or part-time labor. A-Check customer service and processing center employees are all full-time professionals with a minimum 2-4 weeks of intensive training plus additional position-specific mentorship, based at our principal processing center in Riverside, California.

A-Check uses international resources only to perform country-specific work, using experienced local researchers to retrieve records information. researchers are provided only the information necessary to conduct their searches. Records information is uploaded to our systems in real time, then processed and managed by our centralized processing center in the United States.

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Useful Links
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