Human Profiling & Screening

BOSASA IFM offers solutions that facilitate human profiling and screening for our clients’ businesses or organisations. We’re able to accurately determine the level of risk that may be introduced to an environment through general traffic or with the appointment of new employees. For the recruitment application, this involves specific background checks for any criminal activity, and the ascertainment of whether or not they would be a match for a company’s tradition and culture. This is done to avoid unnecessary conflict and disruption from occurring in the workplace.
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Human profiling and screening services from BOSASA IFM provide a number of positive outcomes, including:

Pro-active prevention and alleviation of human risk in organisations. Promotion and enhancement of ethical conduct in organisations. Exposing past fraudulent behaviour of applicants to companies prior to appointment. Assisting companies to recruit and retain the best available candidates. Assisting companies in keeping unwanted people out of a business.Prediction and assessment of behaviour in the work environment. Identification of non-ethical behaviour by employees or clients.Evaluation of job compatibility and identification of potential in employees.Enhancement of cost effectiveness by preventing fraud, theft and high staff turnover within organisations. 

From an HR Perspective

Profiling and screening individuals for HR purposes has become very important for a number of industries, as competitors may attempt to infiltrate rival organisations through spies and moles to collect valuable information. Background verifications ensure that an individual’s references, history and criminal records are accurate.

During the recruitment process, screening becomes essential to determine whether or not an individual would fit into a specific working environment. This is done to avoid situations where conflict could occur, which would have a negative impact on productivity and moral.

From a Business Environment

Profiling is also done before new business or partnerships are concluded, in order to avoid the introduction of any illegal activities or negative influences into a company environment.

Through the use of cameras and specific training methods, BOSASA IFM can also track the behaviour of intermediaries such as suppliers, media, clients and personnel. By assessing behaviour our highly-trained employees can accurately determine levels of risk and make recommendations to management. Aspects that can be verified through the screening process include:

Criminal Illicit Activity Credit Bureau Reports Tertiary Academic Qualifications  Employment History  Professional Association Memberships  Fit and Proper Screening ID Verification ID Verification with Fraud Listing Matric and Secondary School Drivers Licence Citizenship and Permanent Residency Bank Verification 

Pan African Council for Professional Surveillance Technologists (PACST)

BOSASA IFM, in partnership with the Pan African Council for Professional Surveillance Technologists (PACST), has made significant contributions into the field of human profiling and screening through surveillance technologies. Through our solutions we’re able to identify risk, as well as track employees, clients and visitors movements and behaviour at all times.

Another benefit of using surveillance in the process of evaluating human behaviour is the ability to observe without being intrusive and tracking certain body movements and gestures. This serves as helpful information that can be viewed multiple times and aid in making final decisions.

Call the Bosasa IFM reception desk on +27 (0)11 662 6000 or email us for more information on our brands and full facilities management services.
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