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DBS Fee Reduction from 6th April 2022

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The DBS has announced the reduction of fees for all DBS criminal record checks from 6th April 2022, following the approval of the change in legislation on 16th March 2022. The DBS service is anticipating an increase in the number of checks required by employers over the next few years. We are delighted to share […] ...

Digital Right to Work Checks

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Following our last update on Digital Right to Work checks being introduced in April 2022 I can announce that the Home Office has extended the digital right to work policy until 30th September 2022. The Home office posted the following statement on their website: The end date for the temporary adjusted checks has now been […] ...

Right to Work Scheme COVID-19 Temporary adjustments extended again until 5th April 2022

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This update replaces previous guidance issued on 18th June 2021. The temporary COVID-19 adjusted right to work checks will now end on 5th April 2022, and from 6th April 2022 employers will revert to face to face and physical document checks as set out in legislation and guidance. This is aligned with the easing of […] ...

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