Aadhaar verification is the process of authenticating an individual's identity using their Aadhaar card, a unique identification number issued by the Unique ID Authority of India (UIDAI). This verification can be performed at the time of onboarding a candidate and provides Aadhaar validity.
The PAN verification allows you to verify PAN numbers issued by the Income Tax Department. This verification can be performed at the time of onboarding a candidate and provides details such as name.
Voter ID Verification
Voter ID verification refers to the process of confirming the identity and eligibility of a candidate's Voter ID issued by the election commission of India. The verification confirms details such as ID number, validity, name, constituency, etc.
Driving License Verification
Driving license verification is the process of confirming the authenticity and validity of a driver's license. The verification confirms details such as DL validity, name, place of issue, document ID, etc. This verification ensures that individuals possess genuine and legally recognized driving licenses.
Passport verification is the process of confirming the authenticity and validity of an individual's passport. It involves scrutinizing the passport details, such as Identity information, and passport number, and cross-checking them with the official records.
Criminal Court Record Check
Criminal or court record check is the process of identifying if the information furnished by the candidate matches any registered criminal or civil cases in the digitized court records databases. This enables organizations to establish a primary level of trust with the workforce by getting any criminal cases highlighted, thus eliminating scope of compromised professional space.
Police Verification via Law Firm
Police verification through a law firm involves verifying an individual's background for any criminal records within the jurisdiction of local police stations. This process is conducted to gather information and ensure that no criminal offenses have been registered against the candidate. The law firm facilitates the verification process with the relevant police authorities.
Police Clearance Certificate
Police verification by the state department is a process wherein the state government's law enforcement agency conducts a thorough background check on an individual. This verification typically involves checking the individual's criminal records, personal history, and other relevant information. Final output is either a PCC (Police clearance certificate), or a signed acknowledgement copy from the respective authority.
Global Database Check
Global Database check involves examining international databases to verify if an individual has been engaged in fraudulent, terrorist, or criminal activities, holds political exposure, appears on sanctions or blacklists, or has faced legal or regulatory enforcement. This process ensures comprehensive due diligence and helps assess potential risks associated with the individual's background.
Physical Address Verification
Address verification is the process of validating the address claimed by the candidate - this could be permanent address or current address. Address verification can be done using three modalities - digital verification, physical verification, or postal verification (that also entails a physical visit). Address verification can be conducted either before or after the onboarding process based on industry and risk profile. Address verification plays a key role in Know Your People (KYP) process being adopted increasingly by organizations. Physical Address Verification involves confirming the current or permanent address of a candidate by conducting an in-person visit. This process ensures the authenticity and accuracy of the provided address by physically verifying its existence and matching it with the candidate's documentation.
Postal Address Verification
Postal address verification involves confirming the permanent or current address of a candidate by sending a letter to the provided address. The recipient is expected to receive the letter and acknowledge its arrival by confirming a 4 digit pin in the letter, thereby verifying the authenticity of the address.
Digital Address Verification
Digital address verification involves validating the address provided by a candidate using a digital approach. The candidate engages in the process by accessing a web link received through an SMS. This method allows for convenient and efficient verification of the candidate's address details, ensuring accuracy and reliability in the digital verification process.
Employment verification is the process of validating employment credentials such as designation, tenure, exit reason, conduct, etc.. This verification is done by soliciting information from the HR team of previous employer or through ex-employee verification platforms such as eLockr. Employment verification is relevant for the white-collar workforce from entry level employees to senior management of an organization. As the grey-collar and blue-collar workforce is getting more organized, employment checks are also being conducted for them.
Professional Reference Check
Professional reference check (PRC) involves obtaining subjective performance-related information about a candidate. This verification is commonly conducted through customized questionnaires. In the case of employees, references can be obtained from reporting managers or teammates of previous employers. PRC helps assess the candidate's work experience, skills, and professional conduct to make informed hiring decisions.
Employment History Check
Employment History Check or Moonlighting Check involves examining whether an employee is simultaneously working for multiple employers (moonlighting). This verification entails checking if there are simultaneous Provident Fund (PF) deposits from different employers during a specific period. The process helps identify instances of unauthorized dual employment and ensures compliance with employment regulations.
eLockr Reference Check
EREF, also known as eLockr Reference Check, is an instant reference verification that examines a vast data repository containing numerous credentials issued on eLockr. It identifies references related to previous employment tenure, designation, references by reporting managers, etc. Traditional verifications may overlook such references if employment records are withheld, but eLockr captures them. By searching through identifiers like name, email, mobile, PAN, etc., users can easily fetch these references from the database.
Education verification is the process of validating education credentials claimed by the candidate. This confirms the details claimed by the candidate regarding qualification, completion status, percentage, etc. This enables organization to identify if the applicant has forged or inflated their academic records in order to get hired.
Credit check involves assessing the credit history of an individual. It entails obtaining the candidate's credit score and relevant information, such as loan payments and credit card activity, from a reputable third-party credit bureau. This process aims to evaluate the candidate's creditworthiness and financial reliability.
Bank Account Verification
To ensure the legitimacy and validity of candidates or partner's bank accounts (so that your payments to your employee, vendor, or MSME business partners do not fail), OnGrid offers Bank Account Verification. By inputting the bank account number, you can retrieve information such as the account holder’s name, bank name, branch name, city, MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) code, etc.