First Advantage is the largest company in the Asia Pacific region that provides comprehensive solutions for pre-employment screening, getting you the right information and providing the insight that will help you make the best people choices, even while mitigating your risk.
We are pleased to have an office in Tokyo to serve the Japanese people and act as the hub for conducting background checks in this country. First Advantage now has 17 branches and employs more than 2,100 people in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, China (Beijing, Shanghai and Zhuhai), Hong Kong, India (Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Bangalore), Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore.
We serve more than 2,000 customers in the Asia Pacific region, with many of the world’s largest companies. Our comprehensive solutions span many industries, including finance, retail, telecommunications, business process outsourcing, IT-related services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, oil / gas sector. First Advantage is recognized as a leader in employment screening services in the Asia-Pacific region, offering global expertise and local care. Our comprehensive solution categories include recruiting, applicant tracking systems, candidate screening and employment risk factors. We can help reduce your costs even while quickly finding you competent candidates with practical skills.
Local expertise and global reach – we offer a team of experts that understands the requirements of your local market and culture, with a unique global technology platform that is useful across all of your locations and scalable for your needs.
Skills and Behavioral Assessments can give you the insights to help you make positive changes across employee recruitment, development and promotion.
Verify Advantage International is a web-based interactive platform designed to help find information related to current and former employees.
Asia-Pacific Discrepancy Percentage – in the Asia-Pacific region, we complete the inquiry process to ensure data provided by the applicant matches with appropriate percentage points of disagreement.