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Right to Work Checks for Seasonal Workers

Right to Work Checks for Seasonal Workers

As we start to move out of the winter months and start to look forward to the warmer weather and lighter nights, businesses preparing for heightened activity are in the midst of recruiting seasonal staff. Whether these hires are temporary or permanent, it remains the law that all employees in the UK to undergo Right to Work checks. These are…

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Fake Psychiatrist Conned NHS for 22 Years

Fake Psychiatrist Conned NHS for 22 Years

A recent shocking medical case in the UK saw Zholia Alemi, a bogus psychiatrist, sentenced to seven years in prison in Manchester Crown Court for committing 20 fraud offences over a period two decades. Alemi had forged a degree certificate, enabling her to practice as a psychiatrist and receive approximately £1 million in salary payments from the NHS. All incidents…

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Student Credit Scoring

Student Credit Scoring

For many students, going to university for the first time means the start of financial independence. Very few students have the means to fund their studies in cash, and most will rely on student loans, overdrafts, or credit cards. Although this sort of borrowing is often essential and shouldn’t always be taken as negative, it’s important to understand how borrowing…

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Get Ready for Pre-Employment Screening

Get Ready for Pre-Employment Screening

Pre-employment screening and identity verification is becoming increasingly more common in a wide range of different industry sectors. Every employer differs in what they want to check, but most will look at identity documents such as passports to verify right to work, check references and perhaps contact universities or colleges about academic results. One of the industries which commonly carries…

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How Far Back Do Background Checks Check?

How Far Back Do Background Checks Check?

Background checks are an increasingly common step in the recruitment process, for a whole host of different industries. Organisations want to protect themselves against hiring an employee which could damage the company, and will do checks such as identity verification to make sure you are who you say you are, taking up references or making sure you have claimed qualifications.…

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