The CrewPass Employment Passport provides a clear and transparent view of a crew member’s verification status. This page

Understanding CrewPass Employment Passport Statuses

The CrewPass Employment Passport provides a clear and transparent view of a crew member’s verification status. This page explains what each status – Approved, Pending, Declined and Unchecked – means, helping you make informed decisions during the hiring process.

 

Approved

Definition:

The “Approved” status indicates that a crew member has successfully undergone and passed an enhanced background check.

What It Means:

  • Verified Credentials: The crew member’s documents and identity information have been authenticated.
  • Clear Criminal History: The individual has no disqualifying criminal records, ensuring a higher level of trust and security.
  • Employment Ready: An approved status signifies that the crew member is fully vetted and ready for immediate employment.

Benefits:

  • Employers can confidently hire, knowing that all necessary checks have been completed.
  • Reduces the risk associated with hiring unvetted personnel.

 

Pending

Definition:

The “Pending” status means that a crew member’s background check is currently in progress.

What It Means:

  • In Process: The necessary documents have been submitted and are under review by CrewPass.
  • Awaiting Verification: Some aspects of the crew member’s profile, such as identity verification or criminal background check, are still being processed.

Benefits:

  • Employers are alerted that a thorough check is underway, but final confirmation is yet to be provided.
  • Encourages transparency as candidates are actively participating in the verification process.

Rejected

Definition:

The “Declined” status indicates that a crew member has not met the required criteria during the background check process.

What It Means:

  • Failed Verification: Certain documents or information provided did not meet CrewPass’s stringent verification standards.
  • Disqualifying Records: There may be criminal records or other factors that prevent the crew member from obtaining an approved status.

Benefits:

  • Employers are clearly informed about the ineligibility of the candidate, helping them avoid potential risks.
  • Ensures that only qualified and verified individuals are considered for employment.

 

Unchecked

Definition:

The “Unchecked” status signifies that the crew member has not yet undergone any background check through CrewPass.

What It Means:

  • No Verification: The individual’s documents and credentials have not been submitted for verification.
  • Unknown Status: Employers have no confirmed information regarding the crew member’s background or qualifications.

Benefits:

  • Employers are aware that the candidate has not been vetted, prompting them to request verification or proceed with caution.
  • Provides a clear distinction between verified and unverified crew members.

 

How to Use This Information

Understanding these statuses allows employers to make more informed hiring decisions by clearly seeing the verification stage of each crew member. This transparency ensures that the recruitment process is efficient, reliable, and secure.