VerifyMe improves workplace history, identification processes
According to the Chief Executive Officer/Founder, VerifyMe Nigeria, Olutunji Oluwole, the company is at the forefront of enabling verified worker history reporting, workplace security and qualification transparency by providing a workplace information repository to corporate and domestic employers in Nigeria.
“VerifyMe Nigeria is disrupting the background checks and workplace verification space as we know it. Before now, the standard practice was for employers and recruitment agencies to screen workers based on information supplied by the workers themselves. With our solutions, prospective employers have access to a comprehensive history of a worker’s employment, including reports that the job seeker may have neglected to make public for whatever reasons. The database also affords job seekers the opportunity to respond to such reports from former employers.
“VerifyMe Nigeria’s innovative technology offers instant workers’ verification, on-demand control of Worker Information Management, access to insightful and accurate Know Your Customer (KYC) database, among other solutions. We are not a recruitment agency; rather, our solutions are geared towards protecting organisations and domestic employers from the menace of repetitive workplace crimes and thereby enabling them save billions of naira otherwise lost to crime and wastage yearly.”
To the Chief Operating Officer, Esigie Aguele, with over 400, 000 workers and 20,000 employers fully registered on the firm’s centralised repository database, VerifyMe Nigeria is well on course to becoming the leading work history reporting and identity verification backbone in Nigeria.
Explaining how the portal works, he said: “Upon registration on the portal, employers are given a unique employer code which they can share with their workers to register on the portal and tie them to the employer’s account. Job seekers already registered on the database can also present their unique numbers to potential employers to verify reports of good behaviour entered by previous employers.”
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