National Crime Check has partnered with JobAdder to provide a one-stop shop for recruiters and HR professionals. The partnership will see a suite of National Crime Check’s background check services, including police checks, right to work checks and bankruptcy checks, being integrated into the framework of JobAdder’s automated recruitment workflows.
Both companies believe this partnership will help support Australians re-entering the workforce as the partnership aims to deliver a seamless online solution to both jobseekers and recruiters. The integrated software will ensure jobseekers can quickly and easily conduct their background checks to get into their new job sooner, whilst providing recruiters with an efficient way to recruit and onboard an applicant from start to finish.
The synergies between the two companies are clear, and become ever important as Australia’s economy starts to recover from the pandemic. Efficient onboarding processes will be a valuable commodity to snap up talent in the COVID recovery world.
As an innovative and trusted name in the recruitment software industry, JobAdder is an organisation hoping to use its advanced technology to support the rebuilding of Australian businesses. It is well known and commended for its award-winning support, available to all customers around the clock, along with a user-friendly interface and experience, which encourages a high adoption rate.
“COVID-19 has affected the world like nothing else in recent decades. It has struck the economy, businesses, and society at large. We want to be help businesses recover from this significant economic downturn and start to rebuild our economy by getting jobseekers into suitable jobs sooner.” JobAdder CEO Martin Herbst said.
“To achieve this goal, we know we can’t do it alone. We’re therefore extremely excited and proud to partner with a fellow Australian company, National Crime Check, to work together and provide even better and more holistic services to our clients.
“We pride ourselves on offering an innovative recruitment software solution to our clients and this integration means an added element to the software that will make the hiring process even easier for recruiters. We’re adding another string to the bow.”
“We’ve all been affected by COVID-19 in some way, with many Australians losing their jobs and livelihoods. Partnering with JobAdder felt like an obvious and synergistic match to help Australians re-enter the workforce in a seamless and efficient way.” National Crime Check Managing Director, Martin Lazarevic said.
“We know it’s extremely important to be innovative and flexible in these unique times to support the rebuilding and recovery post-pandemic. We believe the integration of National Crime Check’s background check services into JobAdder’s recruitment software is one of those innovative lightbulb moments that just immediately made sense to both companies.
“We are very excited to partner with JobAdder, and both companies are looking forward to getting this software into the hands of recruiters as quickly as possible so that we can get more Australians back into the workforce.”
About JobAdder: JobAdder is a global recruitment software solution that helps tens of thousands of agency and in-house recruiters from around the world, find and manage talent more effectively.
Founded in 2006, JobAdder is a pioneer in the local and global recruitment sector, as its technology continues to make the hiring process easier for recruiters, enabling them to spend more valuable time with candidates and hiring managers.
Supporting millions of job seekers worldwide, JobAdder is headquartered in Sydney, with a market presence in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and North America, and is part-owned by Australia’s number one employment marketplace, SEEK.
About National Crime Check: National Crime Check provides an innovative online application that enables the lodgement of national criminal history checks and other types of background checks in a quick, simple and straightforward way.
The requirement for up-to-date national police checks and other types of background checks like right to work checks and bankruptcy checks is now mandated by legislation across a wide range of industries; and used regularly by employers and industry peak bodies as a requirement for employment.
The National Crime Check process is user-friendly and backed by cutting edge security. This means prospective candidates have a straightforward way to conduct their background checks and get started in their role sooner.