Content by First Advantage - MultiLatin Background Screening

  • Third Party Background Screening: The invisible workforce who handle your information

    The trend of outsourcing certain services is increasing, as companies seek to unburden their operations and become more efficient. The risks inherent to handling your company’s confidential information and the sensitive personal data of your employees or clients require a higher degree of...
  • Background Checks. Advancing safe learning environments in Latin America

    For educational institutions, it is important to create and preserve a safe and reliable learning environment for both students and employees. Implementing a background check program for faculty, staff, and others who work within educational institutions helps provide a safe learning environment...
  • GDPR: The accelerator for Data Protection in Latin America

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) published by the European Commission requires compliance by any company that handles the data of European citizens, inside or outside of Europe. More than 120 countries with regulations on the protection of personal data are taking a closer look at...
  • Background Checks: A key HR Compliance asset for the Business Process Outsourcing industry

    The BPO industry is growing in Latin America, and its role is becoming increasingly relevant for delivering strategic services such as the analysis of information and customer-related services. Read this article to discover why background check programs for selecting personnel have become a...
  • #United2026 – The World Cup for the fight against corruption

    Mexico, the United States and Canada will be the hosts for #UNITED2026, which, through the sport of soccer, represents a great opportunity for business and trade between our three countries. We invite you to read our whitepaper about compliance recommendations and how to become more...
  • Background Checks: The best HR Compliance practice for the Mexican Banking industry

    Going against global trends following the 2008 recession, the banking sector in Mexico has grown by more than 70,000 new employees. Best practices in HR Compliance can generate significant savings and enhance security for banks in Mexico. In this article we explain why.
  • Marijuana: What is its impact on companies?

    The impact of marijuana use and that of other substances on the workplace in Mexico is high. More and more local and international companies understand the need to include anti-doping programs in their employee hiring processes. Learn how to mitigate the impact of this risk on your...