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Uploading an Employment Verification

This article explains how to upload an employment verification for an applicant within the DriverReach platform.

Step 1

From any page within the DriverReach platform, search for the applicant by clicking on the the global search magnifying glass icon located within the right side of the blue bar along the top of the window.

Step 2

In the pop-up window that appears, type the identifying information into the search bar. In this case, we are searching for Steven Brown’s record, so we can type in “Steven” or “Brown” and a list of individuals within those parameters will automatically populate in the window.

Step 3

Click once on the correct record within the list of results.

Step 4

The applicant profile will appear on the right-hand side of the screen; click the “Verifications” link listed under the “Workflow” heading.

Step 5

Find the previous employer that needs to be verified and click on the “Actions” button at the end of that row.  For example, if the DriverReach Demo Company is a previous employer that needs to be verified, we would click on the “Actions” button at the end of that row.

Step 6

Select the “Verification results” option from the drop-down menu that appears.

Step 7

In the pop-up window that appears, click on “Verification documents”.

Step 8

Click on the blue “Choose file” button that appears.

Step 9

In the window that appears, navigate to the file you wish to open on your computer and select it. Then click the blue “Upload” button in the lower right corner of the window.

Step 10

The “Verification results” window will now show the file you uploaded. Click on the blue “Mark as Verified” button in the upper right corner of the window. 

Step 11

Your employment verification is now complete! The previous employer you have just verified now has a small green check mark next to the word “Verified” under the “Status” column, confirming that you have successfully updated this applicant’s employment record.