Sterling Volunteers Partners with Checkster
December 2nd, 2019
Trusted Background and Reference Checks
Sterling Volunteers is excited to announce our partnership with Checkster, whose simple solution streamlines the reference checking process and merges feedback into powerful reports resulting in uncovering deeper, important insights into candidates. Together, we are helping nonprofit organizations optimize the onboarding and screening process through automation.
“We highly value our new partnership with Checkster,” said Kim Chochon, Vice President of Partnerships at Sterling Volunteers. “Nonprofits often face administrative burdens and function with a lean staff. Our joint services work to alleviate those burdens and help staff to be more effective and efficient in onboarding quality volunteers and employees.”
“Through each of our advanced technology tools, we are able to provide extensive reporting and data analytics that uncover more candidate insights, empowering nonprofits to make smarter, faster, more confident decisions,” said Craig Mordi, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Checkster. “By partnering with Sterling Volunteers, we are excited to be helping nonprofit organizations better fulfill their missions by onboarding trustworthy individuals.”
The Checkster Advantage
Save Significant Time – Save an hour per candidate by setting the automated reference check process in motion in just 2 minutes.
Get Automated Fraud Alerts – Rely on a 12-step fraud alert system to catch applicants who are fraudulent or unfit for the position.
Collect Better Feedback – Collect an average of 6 responses per candidate providing more detailed insights about the employee or volunteer’s work history and character.
Source More Volunteers – Build a sourcing database with up to 80% of references opting in to hear more about work or volunteer opportunities with your organization.
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