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Your privacy and personal data matters

InterCheck is now a proud partner of Stay Smart Online, an Australian government incentive designed to raise awareness around the risks and implications of sharing personal and financial information online. As the most innovative and fast growing background check platform in Australia, we are trusted by thousands of individuals, businesses and communities to hold and protect […]

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How to dispute your police check results in Australia

  All job seekers should appreciate the importance of a National Police Certificate, as most employers consider it an essential document in their background checking process. The results from the National Name Index (NNI) are usually correct, but errors can occur from time to time. When they do, you should take a proactive approach to […]

How to find your first job in Nursing

It is estimated that there will be a shortage of around 109,000 nurses in Australia by the year 2025. However, many newly qualified nurses are struggling to find jobs, leaving a generation of graduates in limbo. This guide will provide useful information and tips to help graduate nurses find their first job.

How to drive for on-demand transport in Australia

The popularity of on-demand transport services has exploded over the past few years. In truth, it is the greatest phenomenon to hit the internet generation. However, it isn’t only the consumers that can benefit from the advancements in this field. It’s an industry that opens up many doors for aspiring and experienced commercial drivers too. […]

Criminal background checks and obtaining employment – what you need to know

By McDonald Murholme Principal, Andrew Jewell Recently, Victorian anti-paedophile senator Derryn Hinch is leading a campaign for Australian paedophiles to have their passports cancelled following high-profile cases of child exploitation in South-East Asia. As there are more than 20,000 Australians on the National Child Offender Register, the proposed laws would prohibit offenders travelling overseas in […]