Electronic Employment Verification™

So what exactly is Electronic Employment Verification™?

There are a few other companies who offer services and label them as employment verification. Rest assured that EEV™/R.E.F.S.™ is not to be confused as similar. Certain verification companies require a great deal of confidential/sensitive information and large fees in order to provide a basic reference check and due to that, many employers choose not to participate in their program. R.E.F.S.™ is not only affordable, it’s the only shared data platform that allows all U.S. employers to share their data for free without requiring software. Also, R.E.F.S.™ patent-pending method is the only universal technique that may reveal job references for applicants that they omitted on their resume.

Below are some some scenarios to help everyone understand EEV™ better:

Well, imagine that Bob applies for a job with ABC Company and ABC Company wants to verify the job references that Bob listed on his resume. ABC Company would simply log into their Subscriber account with Referee™, access our R.E.F.S.™ database, and conduct a Referee-Me™ search by inputting Bob’s identifying information into the search fields. The search will generate a PDF downloadable document which may reveal job references that Bob didn’t list on his resume.

The search result will include the following information about Bob:

Any previous employers Bob has worked for, dates of employment, job title, job responsibilities, job location, any aliases Bob has ever used while employed, terms of separation (was Bob fired? Did he resign? etc), if Bob is eligible for re-hire, if Bob’s position was at-will, if Bob gave proper notice when he separated, if Bob’s attendance was satisfactory, if any legal issues arose from Bob’s term of employment, and any brief review of Bob’s performance.

All of that information from a simple automated search!

Possible outcome #1:

Now ABC Company can decide whether to move forward with inviting Bob back for an interview. ABC Company can contact Bob and inquire into the results of the search because perhaps the results did not reveal certain experiences that Bob has listed. Perhaps the company or companies Bob worked for did not share their data with R.E.F.S.™.

Bob and ABC Company can build a professional relationship.

Possible outcome #2:

The results of the search reveal incidences where Bob exhibited poor attendance and/or was accused of employee theft. ABC Company can decide whether to move forward with contacting Bob to discuss the results of the search. Perhaps, the allegation was unfounded, but the employer failed to include that in their brief review.

Bob and ABC Company can build a professional relationship.

Possible outcome #3:

The results of the search reveal stellar performances from all of Bob’s prior employers, including the ones that Bob forgot to list. ABC Company is highly impressed by Bob’s previous performances and decide to count the search results as recommendations or letters of reference without Bob carrying letters around. ABC Company can decide whether to move forward with contacting Bob for an interview.

Bob and ABC Company can build a professional relationship.

That’s how it works!

 

*Keep in mind that the employer retains the ultimate decision-making power regarding hiring and/or firing. Referee™ plays no part in employment decisions.

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