We have a selection of forms you can download here to progress with the checks and an explanation of where and why they will be needed, the amount of checks can be varied with each client.
A selection of the biggest stories in the HR industry and a look at the side of the industry in the Uk and the rest of the world.

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We have listed just a few of the stories in our industry that are making the news, primarily around the UK and also further a field and around the world.

We are purely making you aware of the situations we face and the struggle to compile with proper rigid and indentifying checks that need to be completed, we could have listed dozens more stories and all we are intending to do is to show you the problems employers face.

We have listed the story and a brief summary of what they contain.

Thanks you to the sites that have contributed and granted permission to us prior to posting.

Illegal workers found working in restaurants in Oxfordshire and Middlesex, fines of £10,000 per case.

Cumbrian restaurant owner jailed for employing illegal workers in government crackdown.

UK business report confirms fraud reached nearly 1 billion in the UK last year.

Workplace Violence on the increase in America and becoming a major problem without scrutinised vetting taking place.

Absenteeism costing UK firms millions and what can employees do about it.

US Job seekers scramble to erase there criminal records.

UK bribery act defines serious vetting needs to implemented and sentences of 7- 10 years will be imposed on the subjects arrested and convicted, also serious penalties for firms that do not properly scrutinise their staff to adequate levels.

UK solicitors recommend intensive recruitment checks on new and existing employees and company polices to be updated.

Fake Resumes are becoming a problem in India.

Abu Hamza's son caught working on the London underground, just weeks after demonstrating in London with his father.

Citi group employee discovered cashing cheques into his own bank account

On the second to last one regarding the imprisoned sheikh we would like to think we would have never have missed that and all our criminal record checks are coupled with press and media and our client would have been made aware of the colourful demonstrating past of the subject and the likely furore of the public to employ him on our underground.

We would like the opportunity to explain on why we believe we are different and we like to keep these sorts of stories as far away from our clients as possible.