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Accurate Background Completes Workday Certified Integration

By HR Tech Outlook | Friday, July 24, 2020

Irvine, CA - Accurate Background, a leading provider of compliant background checks, drug and health screening, and Form I-9 verifications, and a Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY) Select software partner, today announced that it has achieved Workday Certified Integration status. Accurate Background provides customers with a seamless integration that connects Workday Recruiting with Accurates complete portfolio of employment screening services.

As an industry leader in background screening, we are thrilled to combine our strengths with Workday, a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and HR, to provide our mutual customers with an integration to manage candidates through the hiring process, including background check ordering, processing, and reporting, said Damian Villegas, chief sales officer, Accurate Background. By partnering with Workday, we can help our clients save time, improve hiring compliance, and enhance the quality of hires.

Workday Recruiting is an end-to-end talent acquisition application, which helps organizations manage the entire recruiting lifecycle in one system. Through this integration, employers can use Workday Recruiting to order Accurate background checks, drug and health screenings, driving history, Form I-9 and E-Verify verifications, and other critical screening services. This integration is already being used by companies like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.

The integration between Accurate and Workday offers a streamlined, single sign-on process for our Talent Operations team to request, monitor, and view any candidates status in the pre-employment screening process, said Lauren Scott, team leader, Talent Acquisition, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina. The visibility we now have through a single system with Workday offers significant time savings for the team and ensures we are managing candidates through the process as expeditiously as possible.

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