BCI holds Webinar to sustain awareness about Background Check

Nigeria’s foremost background check company, Background Check International Ltd (BCI) is set to hold a webinar in order to promote the overall importance of background check in the country. The webinar, which is part of BCI’s 16th anniversary, is aimed at deepening the knowledge of the target audience about the critical role of background check in eliminating fraud, false claims and criminal tendencies.

The Chief Executive Officer, Background Check International, BCI, Mr Kola Olugbodi said the webinar, which is tagged,  “The Impact of background Check on Businesses, now and in the Future’is a springboard to further educate corporate organisations and business owners on the crucial role of background check to their business existence.

Many businesses, according to him, have experienced downturn as a result of the adverse effects of criminalily minded employees with false and dubious claims. The webinar raises the stake for business organisations to embrace background check as a potent instrument to eliminate fraud and corrupt practices.

The Webinar holds on Wednesday, April  14 and has Mr Barry Nixon, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Pre-employment Directory.com as the Keynote Speaker.The Panelists are Yemi Faseun, Head, Human Resources, Globacom,Mary Ikoku, Editor-in-Chief, Working Moms Africa Magazine and Kunbi Adeoti, Divisonal Director, Leadeway Assurance Company Ltd.. The CEO of BCI, Kola Olugbodi will make remarks on salient issues on background Check during the webinar.

Mr Rufai Oseni, A TV Host is expected to moderate the webinar which will critically analyse the trends and prospects of background check.

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