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5 Advantages of Using a One-Stop Verification Platform

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Verifying the authenticity of diplomas, certificates and documents is a best practice that is increasingly being implemented by educational institutions and companies as part of good corporate governance to maintain their reputation. However, in practice, certificate verification by telephone, email, and fax is often inefficient and unaccountable.

Risks associated with verification

There are several risks that may occur, including privacy violations. Requests coming from several channels, which are not centralized can put data at risk of being dispersed. Another risk is the access of data to unauthorized parties. 

This is possible especially if the applicant does not include a consent letter from the person who is to be verified to allow other parties to access their personal information. A centralized verification platform is the answer to this problem as candidates can be verified through one door.

 

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Centralization and accountability

By verifying through a centralized platform, you will get several benefits, such as the following:

  1. The verification meets the requirements of good corporate governance due to the availability of consent letters.
  2. It will be easier for your staff to manage requests and set up workflows to conduct the verification process more efficiently.
  3. Management of educational institutions can monitor the verification process carried out by the assigned staff.
  4. Educational institutions have more control over other parties. Hence, data security is more guaranteed.
  5. A real-time update feature on the platform will make it easier to monitor and record all information and activities that were carried out. This will ensure that both the process and the results are accountable. 

With a one-stop verification platform, the certificate verification process will be more efficient in terms of time and resources. All result are accountable and are guaranteed to be accurate.

 

 

 

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Name change culture in Thailand

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In Thailand, changing names is something common. It is said that changing one’s name can change one’s fortune. Most often, our names were given by our parents. The name becomes a symbol that identifies us and for others to recognize us. Apart from the conventional reasons such as marriage, Thai people also change their names because of the following reasons:

  • When life at present is rather poor, and people can’t find a way to solve such problem, most people believe that changing one’s name may result in a better luck.
  • When a person has an illness, which takes a long time to heal, it is believed that changing one’s name can help alleviate the symptoms of the illness.
  • They don’t like their original name or the name is inappropriate for its owner.

 

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The procedure for changing name itself is very easy, which only requires two documents:  the copy of house registration and identification card. Sometimes, this may cause significant challenges in the screening of candidates. 

For people who have committed an offense, the checking of criminal records at the Royal Thai Police is conducted using the unique 13 digits assigned on each Identification card since they were born.  No matter how many times a person changes his/her first name or surname, the 13-digit Identification card number remains the same. Thus, having a copy of the ID of the candidate is a mandatory document prior to conducting the check. 

To mitigate risks, it is imperative to ask candidates whether they have been previously known by another name through the Employment Application Form.

 

 

 

Written by: Punyada Vajasat

source:https://www.screening-asia.com/blog/name-change-culture-in-thailand/

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