News archive for March 2017
Hints on Screening Mail and Postal Deliveries
Posted: 27th March 2017 in Security News
In collaboration with the British Standards Institution (BSI), and with the assistance of a range of stakeholders, CPNI has reviewed and refreshed its comprehensive guidance on mail screening and security.
Lunch and Learn #2 – Infant and Child CPR
Posted: 23rd March 2017 in Company News
Our Office Manager, Stuart, led the session in his usual stimulating and motivating style and he brought along half a dozen baby Annie dolls for us to practice CPR on.
Agenda Screening Services shortlisted in Best Business Awards 2017!
Posted: 21st March 2017 in Company News
The winner for the Best Business Award 2017 is soon to be announced, and Agenda are in the top 3!
How does the Budget affect you?
Posted: 14th March 2017 in Security News
"We are building the foundations of a stronger, fairer, more global Britain". But what does this mean for you?
Pre-Employment Screening could save your business thousands of pounds!
Posted: 13th March 2017 in Background Checks
Natwest have recently discussed the benefits of pre-employment screening; not only is it cost effective in the long run, but it can also save employers from making any bad recruitment decisions.
“Most good relationships are built on mutual trust and respect
Posted: 07th March 2017 in Pre-employment Screening
When asked, most people will say that their day to day work experience is highly affected by those who work around them; be it Management, co-workers or even people they pass while going to get a drink.
Agenda attends the Inaugural Yorkshire and Humber Cyber Protect Business Conference
Posted: 02nd March 2017 in Company News
On February 28th, Agenda Screening Services attended the recent Inaugural Yorkshire and Humber Cyber Protect Business Conference in Leeds. Organised by the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit, this event was well attended.
Lying your Way to the Top?
Posted: 01st March 2017 in Background Checks
How many people do you think tell ‘tall tales’ on their CV in order to give themselves a bump up the ladder? The answer is likely more than you think.