Confirm identities of your applicants to ensure that your screening procedures are being carried out against valid profiles.
Our checks cover name, address and date of birth from a variety of national sources.
It is a criminal offence to employ a person not having the right to work in the UK and can attract a fine of up to £20,000 for each inelidgeable worker.
Our checks have check algorithmic checks against international passports and identity cards.
Under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, most convictions are considered to be "spent" after a certain period of time, and if no further offence has taken place.
A Basic Disclosure will contain details of any unspent conditions a candidate might have, allowing employers to make a decision as to whether or not the candidate poses any potential risks.
Under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (ROA), most convictions are considered to be "spent" after a certain period of time, and if no further offence has taken place.
This period of time depends on the severity of the conviction. Whilst Basic Disclosures will only list unspent convictions, a Standard DBS Check will also list spent convictions.
Enhanced DBS Checks are complete criminal history checks, and are a mandatory screening process for positions involving work with children and vulnerable adults, to ensure that anyone who presents a known risk to vulnerable groups is prevented from working with them.
Not every position is eligible for an Enhanced DBS Check. Any role that involves regular contact with vulnerable groups will require an Enhanced Criminal Record Check.
With ProfileGuru and the integrated checks it offers we can keep accurate compliance records on our entire workforce instantly which is invaluable to us.