Identity verification protects against situations when identity related document like Aadhaar, PAN or passport is forged, doctored or stolen. This first level identity verification is gaining importance as the on-demand companies are catching up in India, putting individuals in close contact with total strangers- drivers, home-delivery boys and other service providers. Companies cannot afford to compromise on their reputation or customers’ safety and hence the on-demand economy demands a better but quick background check.
The primary most risk is the wrong individual getting screened and the individual with suspect integrity entering your system, causing untold harm to the organisation.
Q 1.Does your organization conduct identity verification of candidates?
Q 2.What are the risks if identity of a candidate is not verified?
Q 3.Will conducting identity verification reduce the risks?
About Khalid Raza:
The chat will be hosted by Khalid Raza, who is the Talent Development Manager with IBM India S&D.
He is an IBM Corporate Service Corps member, where only 100 IBMers get selected every year, across the world. His work as part of the Colombia1 team in 2014 includes proud contribution to social and economic reintegration of the demobilized people from the Organized Illegal Armed Groups (OIAG).In 2013, he was recognized to be in the top 50 HR Professionals in India, by People Matters.
Khalid was named as one of India’s top 100 HR influencers you must follow on Twitter by Hirers, Wittyparrot and Moodvise.
Recently, he featured in 25 Top Indian HR Influencers on Twitter in 2015 - report by Growth Inspire.