In today’s globalised world, where mobility and diversity are essential for businesses, ensuring compliance with work regulations is of utmost importance. Australian employers have a legal obligation to verify the right to work of each employee and contractor. Failing to meet these obligations can lead to serious consequences. However, thanks to the seamless integration between OnePassport and vSure, businesses can now simplify the process of conducting Right To Work checks and automated monitoring of temporary visas.
OnePassport’s Integration with vSure
OnePassport, a leading workforce compliance management solution, has recently integrated with vSure, a comprehensive platform that offers seamless Right To Work checks and automated monitoring of temporary visas. This integration brings together two powerful tools, streamlining the process of workforce compliance management and ensuring a smooth experience for employers.
Seamless Right To Work checks + automated monitoring
vSure provides a reliable and efficient solution for conducting Right To Work checks. It allows employers to verify an individual’s work eligibility within the OnePassport Comply platform, eliminating the need for manual processes and reducing the risk of errors. With automated monitoring of temporary visas, employers can stay up-to-date with their employees’ visa statuses, ensuring compliance throughout their employment.
Perform Right To Work checks within OnePassport management system
With the integration of vSure into OnePassport Comply, employers can now perform Right To Work checks seamlessly within the platform. This eliminates the need for separate systems or manual paperwork, saving time and effort. The streamlined process enables employers to efficiently verify employees’ work eligibility and ensure compliance with Australian regulations.
Every Australian employer has the legal obligation to verify the Right To Work status of their employees and contractors. It goes beyond simply asking if someone is an Australian citizen or holds a work visa. Employers must take “reasonable steps” to satisfy themselves that the information provided is accurate. This involves requesting and verifying the appropriate documentation.
If an employee claims to be an Australian citizen, employers must verify this by sighting one of the following documents: Australian passport, Australian birth certificate + photo ID, or Australian citizenship certificate + photo ID. However, if an employee does not hold Australian citizenship, employers must collect their passport or Immicard details and perform a Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) work rights check at the time of employment and at “reasonable times” during their employment.
OnePassport’s comprehensive solution
OnePassport’s integration with vSure goes beyond storing employees’ passport details; it now offers a comprehensive solution to check their Right To Work status. With this advanced functionality, organisations can ensure they remain 100% compliant with the relevant rules and regulations. By using OnePassport, businesses can effectively manage their workforce compliance obligations, providing peace of mind and reducing the risk of non-compliance penalties.
This collaboration represents a game changer in the realm of workforce compliance. We are committed to providing you with a comprehensive, all-in-one solution that caters to your compliance needs efficiently and effectively.
OnePassport has negotiated exceptional package rates with vSure and CVCheck, ensuring that you receive competitive pricing for your background checks.
Contact us today to schedule a complimentary demo and discover how our solutions can benefit your organisation.