Specialists in employment screening.
Our comprehensive services range from background verifications and criminal record checks to BS7858 screening and outsourced employee referencing.
We are Vero
Vero’s unique identity and vision evolved from our fundamental desire to support our clients and their candidates. We have a passion for screening and a simple belief in setting new standards. Part of our DNA, these qualities fuel our commitment to excellence and drive our culture. In an increasingly digitised world, our innovative systems safeguard data security and integrity, while our experienced teams focus on the human conversations and interactions. Together, they deliver an outstanding screening experience.
State of the art technology.
The best possible experience for you.
To stay ahead of your needs, we’re always listening to you and monitoring the industry and regulatory environment. Our technology is developed in-house and our aim is to build the features you’ll need tomorrow, today.
Our screening service creates one of the first impressions new employees have of your company. That’s why the candidate – and your relationship with them – is at the heart of our approach.
Vero now offering basic disclosure results in less than 3 hours
We are thrilled to be among the first registered bodies to successfully transfer the processing of basic criminal record checks to the Disclosure and Barring Service, via a fully integrated service.
Changes to ICO fees and registration
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Data Controllers will no longer be required to register with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) in the same way. However, they will be required to pay a new data protection fee, in accordance with the Digital Economy Act.
The future of data breach notifications
The ICO have recently released the latest in their series of blogs seeking to provide clarity around key topics of the General Data Protection Regulation and dispel any associated myths.
UK data protection regulation
On Monday 7th August, the UK government outlined plans for a new data protection law. The new legislation is expected to ensure the GDPR, with all of its sentiment and rigour, will be enshrined in UK law and thus allow data to be sent between the UK and EU in an unfettered manner.