You’ve conducted background screening and criminal record checks on your candidate, but what does their online behaviour reveal about them?
We screen your candidates’ social media and online presence objectively for employment related business risks including terrorist activity, violence, and sexist and racist behaviour.
We protect your business from unnecessary exposure to risk and we complement your existing screening processes. Neotas is an independently accredited provider of online reputation screening.
Get in touch today to recruit with confidence.
In today’s digital era, nearly everyone has a digital footprint and people have an average of 7 social media accounts each.
This means there is a vast amount of information sitting in the public domain. If it’s in the public domain, wouldn’t you want to know about it?
We look at candidates’ social media and online presence, including adverse media and deep web sources. We only provide you with employment related business risks, reporting on clear risk categories such as violence and hate and discriminatory behaviour.
Protected characteristics remain protected and your recruitment teams and hiring managers aren’t exposed to any unnecessary risk.
Our client, a financial institution, was screening a new candidate for a senior IT role. Their background screening process, including criminal record and financial probity checks, hadn’t raised any flags. Through OSINT, we uncovered multiple aliases and 7 different social media accounts tied to the candidate. Analysis of cached versions of their LinkedIn profile revealed a deleted employment entry that the client didn’t know about. Sear...
Over 80% of HR decision-makers admit their organisation has made a bad hire and the cost of a bad hire being anything up to 23 times their starting salary1. Using the full breadth and power of online reputation screening, we help companies make the right hire and open a healthy dialogue with employees about their behaviour online. What are the do’s and don’ts of online reputation screening? DO apply your social...