The candidate will be relocating upon hire. When choosing Work Location, should I select their current location or future work location?
We recommend using the future work location if it has a stricter reporting requirement than the candidate’s current location; if the current location is stricter, then use that. For example, New York typically has more stringent reporting requirements than Connecticut and will report less. If you have a candidate who lives in Hartford, Connecticut, but will be moving to New York City, New York, then select New York City, New York, as the Work Location.
Checkr will already have the candidate’s current location as part of the candidate flow, either because the candidate completed Checkr’s hosted flow or because you imported the ZIP code using the API. With that information, we can apply the proper compliance filters based on their home address. Then Work Location will supply the office location.
For more information see Account Hierarchy User Management Guides.