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Eliminating the Excess Baggage With Verifications: Creating a Win-Win

HR Operations & Analytics,Employment & Income Verifications

At InVerify, we have assessed that 60-80% of verification transactions are conducted through self-service. In other words, a requesting verifier (bank, mortgage company, etc.) logs directly into a verification system and pays a processing fee. The transaction is handled real-time, the verifier gets what they want, and the employee is happy. On the surface, win-win….

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The Right Way to Verify

    As organizations bring a digital-first strategy to HR, they’ll need new ways of addressing some of their more manual responsibilities. One area organizations can look to automate is employment and income verification. Outsourcing those requests to a trusted partner, one who knows both the industry and the most up-to-date government regulations, can automate…

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Two Tasks to Help Navigate the Maze of Data Security Laws

Two Tasks to Help Navigate the Maze of Data Security Laws

During a speech at the Federal Trade Commission on January 12, 2015, President Obama proposed a new federal law to replace what he referred to as a “patchwork” of state laws regarding data security. For employers with employees in more than one state, this patchwork of state data security laws is only the tip of…

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Workforce Analytics: Much Ado About Nothing… or Something?

Workforce Analytics: Much Ado About Nothing… or Something?

Is there substance to this concept? When faced with a major investment decision, how many organizations would bet their success on a gut feeling? How many would rely on intuition when taking a new product to market? Yet, when it comes to the workforce – one of an organization’s most expensive and valuable assets –…

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Key Tips for Boomers Working During Retirement Age

Key Tips for Boomers Working During Retirement Age

Many people are working or starting new businesses while in their 60s and 70s. As a matter of fact, almost a quarter (23.6%) of new businesses in 2013 were started by entrepreneurs ages 55 to 64 according to the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial activity. So what does all of this mean to Social Security benefits…

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