27 Apr 2024


Companies lose millions of dollars every year because of resume fraud, which is impossible to prevent economically through traditional outdated recruitment methods. Do you think that's acceptable? Is a new method possible, or is it too scary to take a risk on something not many people know about?

Blockchain has fundamentally changed the methods of recruitment and is safer, more reliable, and cheaper than ever before. But how you ask? Let’s get started




Hiring an unqualified worker can cost up to $15,000 per candidate and, combined with how on average employees stay at jobs for less than three years, it adds up very quickly. Blockchain can instantly and accurately display the history of an applicant's work history, removing the risk of resume lies by displaying relevant and reliable information verified securely and easily. This has huge potential for recruitment by simplifying and improving everyday practice.




Blockchain may seem intimidating at first, but instead of completely changing your current systems, it merely integrates with existing systems and software, making them more reliable and secure. Companies that don’t expand and adapt tend to struggle, and blockchain is increasingly becoming the way of the future.




An exciting way that blockchain technology has the potential to forever alter the way businesses recruit is by using QR codes. The way it works is that a QR code is embedded with a unique hash of information. This information is stored inside the QR code that can be read using any QR reader.

Simply add a relevant QR code onto an ID card or certification, and once it’s scanned it can tell businesses or clients whether the documentation produced was the real thing and whether it hasn’t been altered. Information on the QR code hash is secured by blockchain, which allows for the correct verification of information on whether documents and IDs are real or counterfeit.




It's a no-brainer that businesses want to pay their employees what they are owed and employees want to be paid on time. Online payments have the potential to dramatically speed up financial transactions, ensuring employees get payments quickly and with the added protective security layer of blockchain.

Alright, we have looked at how recruitment information can be secured safely and reliably with the innovative technology of blockchain and verified with immutable transparency quickly and efficiently. We’ve also looked at the exciting results of institutions and academies inserting verifiable information on blockchains that can be viewed by recruitment agencies, streamlining the process of screening resumes.

Our way of doing business isn't going to change because of blockchain, but rather, it has already changed.