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Given that the organization has provided thousands of individuals
with disabilities and other barriers to independence the opportunity
to achieve their highest levels of personal and economic
independence through competitive employment, they must legally
process more personally identifiable information (PII) through
Human Resources than traditional employers. This may include
medical diagnosis, work plans or other components that may
highlight disabilities. As an organization privy to extensive sensitive
information, regulatory compliance and risk mitigation are critical.
In my conversation with Allen, it became immediately apparent
that Goodwill of Orange County takes its role in the community and
regarding compliance seriously.
Why Specify NAID AAA Certification in
When I asked Allen why they specify NAID Certification, her answer
“When we seek to do business
was simple, “When we seek to do business with a partner, we want
someone who meets the highest standards available. In the area of
document destruction, that means NAID Certification.”
NAID Certification is an optional credential and not required
for service providers within the industry. However, from Allen’s
point of view, it’s mandatory. “Certification speaks a lot about
the process, the way a service provider is going to handle the
destruction of our materials, and that they won’t have chain
of custody issues.” She went on to share her concerns that
companies without NAID Certification may have only done some
with a partner, we want
someone who meets the highest
standards available. In the area
of document destruction, that
means NAID Certification.”