Completed reports will show "In Need of Review" until a user in your organization Approves it or takes Pre-Adverse Action based on information in the report. In order to adjudicate a report, you must not have the Restrict Review Process permission enabled.
In order to adjudicate a report, you must have the "View Reports" permission AND you cannot have the "Restrict Review Process" permission.
If you have reviewed a report and would like to mark it as Approved, simply open the completed report and select "Approve." When you approve a report, you may also choose to send a copy of the completed report to the candidate.
If there is any reported information that affects a candidate's employment eligibility, you can issue "Pre-Adverse Action" from the completed report page.
Verified First's Adverse Action process meets the Federal minimum standards. However, other jurisdictions may have additional Adverse Action requirements. These areas include, but are not limited to, New York City, Los Angeles, and Massachusetts. You are responsible for knowing and following jurisdiction specific laws that apply to your area.
To issue Pre-Adverse action, select "Take Pre-Adverse Action."
When you issue Pre-Adverse Action through the Verified First Portal, the candidate will receive a full summary of their rights, a consumer copy of the report, and Verified First's contact information so they can reach out to Verified First if they have any questions about the report or would like to dispute anything on the report.
If you need assistance with issuing adverse action, click here.
If you have any further questions, or need a product enabled on your account,
please contact Verified First Client Services for assistance.
Call 844-709-2708 or email ClientServices@VerifiedFirst.com