Pre-Employment Screening

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Morson Pre-Employment Screening

Pre-Employment Screening

As a leading provider of resource, we have the experience and capability to vet and deliver qualified and experienced personnel to all sectors. We are a service-led business, understanding the requirements of our clients and tailoring our service to provide a fully aligned, customer centred solution.

Morson Screening Services removes the time and overhead burden of pre-employment vetting and streamlines the clearance process of your organisation. Utilising a technology platform and underpinned by a tailored service level agreement it will provide you with full visibility of the vetting progress of every candidate.


What does Morson Screening Services offer?
  • Fully, auditable and trackable security screening process, incorporating all or a selection of the following:
  • Eligibility to work and passport MRZ check verification.
  • Address history verification.
  • Employment reference history.
  • DBS check/Disclosure Scotland certificate depending on regional residency.
  • Directorship searches
  • Financial industry checks
  • Professional/academic qualifications verification
  • Social media searches
How does our solution work?

Our managed service is managed by a specialist team. This team benefits from the flexible support of 50 Morson Group staff who are trained in both system use and screening compliance standards. Our service is delivered by a team of highly experienced vetting coordinators and underpinned by an agile and customisable software platform. This solution provides a bespoke and streamlined interface including clear lines of communication for candidates and an organisations users. Our solution offers weekly, monthly and quarterly tailored reporting in conjunction with a continuous improvement programme to ensure the service meets your needs through the life of the contract.

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What makes Morson Pre-employment Screening different?

Reduce client admin by 40%  •  Auditable and transparent process  •  Available for contract and perm
Consistent and repeatable compliance process  •  Cloud based secure delivery, 24/7 access 
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