Improving Efficiencies in Your Employment Verification Process


Some might argue with me, but the 90’s produced some great music. I’m sure I’m not the only one who will never forget where I was when I first heard the Pearl Jam album ‘Ten.’ And, even though some of the music was great, the way in which I listen to Pearl Jam these days is far superior to the cassette tape of the 80s/90s.


In much the same way that music is still in demand BUT the way music is delivered has changed, business processes have morphed as well. There might be more verification requests coming down the pipeline because of changing regulations, etc… but the 90s still had their fair share of verification requests. However, the way in which organizations respond to verifications needs to change as well. If you are still responding to verification requests via email, snail mail, phone, and fax…STOP! You need to usher in the 21st century way of responding to verification requests.


By replacing your paper-based process with Verifent’s electronic solution you’ll realize many efficiency benefits…some listed below:

  • Respond to a consistent form: No verification form is created equally, but through Verifent your staff will fill out the same consistent form saving them time in their responses.

  • Pre-populate some data fields: With the data that Verifent has, Verifent pre-populates many of the data fields so that your staff doesn’t spend time writing the same data fields over and over again.

  • Cease contacting your employees: Verifent credentials all the verifiers so you can be sure that the request is coming from a legitimate source with consumer consent in hand.

  • Stop all the phone calls, faxes, emails, and snail mail: Respond to verifications on your time, when you are free. All verification requests are made through the Verifent platform stopping the unnecessary interruptions.

So, turn on some Pearl Jam and turn off the paper-based process you currently have. Let Verifent help you usher your verification response process into the 21st century.