With the market for talent in Latin America companies face hiring risks in a challenging labor market to find the ideal applicants. Hiring processes must be aligned with their corporate security culture, as most disruptive acts are perpetrated internally and often involving more than one employee, creating physical, cyber and reputational risks. For a better …

2021 represents an important milestone for MultiLatin. This year we celebrate ten years in being the premier provider of pre-employment and third-party background screening across Latin America and the Caribbean. In the midst of the global pandemic that our businesses, families and governments face MultiLatin has been able to adjust operations impacted by a regional …

For companies in the BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) and information technology (IT) sectors, it is essential to attract the best talent to their ranks. Incorporating such talent into their work teams requires objective processes in which employment histories are verified because the alternative represents significant risks. The most relevant risk is related to the finances …

This year, business and employment levels were turned on their heads as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, which changed the way in which the more than 52 million Mexicans who comprise the Economically Active Population (EAP) work. Just in the first half of the year, website traffic and the use of teleworking-related applications increased …

The level of compliance that companies meet when hiring job applicants and suppliers, especially when it comes to data protection and fraud prevention, is a critical differentiator for nearshore outsourcing. For companies that are subject to strict anti-corruption regulations, such as the FCPA or UK Bribery Act, or stringent data protection laws like the GDPR, …

Brazil’s new data protection regulation will come into force in August 2020. The General Data Protection Law (LGPD in Portuguese), which adopts best practices on transparency, legal certainty, and efficiency, will make a difference in how companies in Brazil operate. The legislation has an extraterritorial application, meaning the law applies to any individual or organization, …