The Supreme Court has ruled that blanket disclosure of all criminal convictions and cautions, regardless of how minor or how long ago is a breach of Human Rights Law (Article 8 – right to respect for private life).
The court considered cases* involving a young man who had been forced to disclose youth warnings (the equivalent of an adult caution) that he had received when he was 11 years...Read More
These days all businesses should check the immigration status of their workers but knowing what checks to carry out can be pretty daunting.
The Home Office have published 2 guides to help employers understand the changes in immigration law which came into effect on 16th May 2014, relating to employing foreign workers.
The checks an employer is expected to carry out are detailed in the guidance...Read More
Since the 29th May 2013 the law changed to introduce new rules for filtering certain minor and old convictions and cautions from disclosure in criminal record checks (previously called CRB checks, now called DBS – as they are administered by the Disclosure and Barring Service).
Amended guidance for employers has now finally been published by the Government which suggests what employers...Read More