is critically important nowadays.
CREDIT AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
ELECTRONIC MONEY INSTITUTIONS
MONEY SERVICE BUSINESS
GAMING AND CASINOS
HIGH VALUE DEALERS
INDEPENDENT LEGAL PROFESSIONALS WHO OFFER FINANCIAL OR REAL PROPERTY TRANSACTION SERVICES
The Government has issued comprehensive guidelines. However, how can you prove that you have done a diligent job? Trawling the Internet and social media accounts is time consuming, incredibly ine!cient and therefore open to critical mistakes. You will then have to generate some sort of report for the audit tail.
Yoono can supply part of the answer. Our reports are delivered to you in a non-editable PDF format which can be attached to a customer file.
The report will contain anything that has been found online about your customer, segmented into easy-to-digest areas. It will be as accurate as the information that you input, so the more detail you have the more accurate it will be. Once you have input the data on your customer into our search engine, a report will be generated within minutes and sent back to you.
You then simply and quickly check the report and take the appropriate action. All just for £9.99 ex-VAT per report.
FOR HR AND
and the Recruitment Industry? Igniyte (see
about us), Yoono’s parent/sister company
works daily to repair the damage caused
by “bad” hires. We knew it was just the tip
of the Iceberg, see Careerbuilders research
conducted by Harris Poll:
OF EMPLOYERS REPORTED A BAD HIRE
OF COMPANIES SAY A BAD HIRING DECISION COST THEM OVER £50,000
OF EMPLOYERS REPORTED A LOSS OF PRODUCTIVITY
NEGATIVE EFFECT ON MORALE
NEGATIVE EFFECT ON CUSTOMER RELATIONS
REPORTED FEWER SALES
We know that online search results and Social media can give you a totally di"erent insight into a potential hire and that most companies are now going down this road.
However our ten years of experience tells us that the sheer cost, knowledge and time it takes to conduct manual online reputation checks effectively, and interpret the results, consistently means that many preventable “bad hires” are still happening.