Yes it can. In the first instance, if any of your employees are signed up to Tik.me, it means they have (or are on their way) to having their identity and work credentials verified. Verified means we have check their identity and credential documents as being authentic and valid, and this should give you confidence that your workers have the qualifications to do the job for you.
Secondly, employees with Tik.me accounts are taking control of managing their own worker credentials, which takes some of the administrative pressure of you and your business. You can ask them to share their Tik.me public profile with you so you can see what is verified. Or better still, you can request a Certificate of Verification (which shows each of their verified credentials) which you can keep on record and/or can accompany your business proposals/tenders/submissions.
If you are interested in having more of your employees be part of Tik.me, TikForce provides low cost, organisation and enterprise solutions that allow you to increase the efficiency of your workforce management processes.You can find out more about our TikForce solutions at: https://www.tikforce.com/solutions