Rohits543
Manager
AadityaVerma
Sr. Engineer- Hse
Satpreet Kaur
Human Resource
Meesha.punn
Hr Manager
+9 Others

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What is the standard process for doing back ground verification for new hires? Is it done before the candidate joins the organization or it is done after the candidate joins the organization.
From India, Madras
Before taking a decision of hiring we need to obtain the feed back of the employee about his behavioral part basing on the feed back only we have to decide whether to hire or not hence it should be before issuing the offer letter.
Regards - kamesh

From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
Before hiring HR people should maintain credential check for the candidate whether the candidate is worth or not we check from the HR Manager in the previous which i was done in my previous company especially in hotel industry.
Regards,
Sudhir Kumar

From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi Kamesh,
As per my knowledge, in one of the organizations, they did a professional reference check, and then they had given him offer letter. When the candidate accepted the offer, they have asked him to produce copies of her previous employment service certificates/experience certificates, educational certificates (like degree certificates, marksheets), professional references, payslips to do a back ground verification.
The offer letter states that, the offer/employment is conditional to a good back ground verification.
So, it is a question, whether the background verification will be done before he joins the company or after he joins the company.
Thanks.

From India, Madras
As it is not clear, he is not able to decide whether he can put his resignation with his current employer.
From India, Madras
Mr.Kamesh, background verification will be done before joining the company and it will be proceed to the final round of interview. Regards, Sudhir Kumar
From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi Sudhir,
The candidate has been asked to provide documents for Back Ground verification only after the final interview was done and he accepted the offer.
He has not joined the organization yet.
As he has recently moved back to India and not sure about the back ground verification process, he is not able to decide whether to resign from his current organization or not.
He wants to know at what stage the back ground verification is done and the offer is confirmed and based on that he would like to take a decision at what stage he needs to resign from his current company.
Thanks,
James

From India, Madras
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From India, Hyderabad
Hi Jameslewis,
This is industry and position specific. For instance, in Banking services the complete verification is done befors the employee joins or for the employees joining at critical positions, there background verification is done beforehand. While in some organisations, the professional reference check is done before the employees joines and the full-fledged BGC is done through the the agency at the time of joining as there is a always a possibility that the candidate may withdraw the offer and company would not wish to bear the cost of BGC of the candidate not joining.

From India
Hi Satpreet, Can the candidate then insist HR to conduct the BGC and he then joins after the BCC is good? Else, he is risking his job if he joins before the BGC is completed.
From India, Madras

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