It’s natural to feel some degree of confusion over the different levels of DBS checks. For a start, the system has changed name over the years. We used to talk about Criminal Records Bureau, or CRB checks.
We don’t like to think that people might lie to us, or exaggerate their qualifications or experience. But when you’re in the position of making decisions about employing people, then there are lots of things you can do to check.
There’s a huge demand for high-quality rental property, prices are high and competition is fierce. Even after you’ve found the perfect flat, you then have the paperwork to get through. Most landlords will ask for references.
Usually, things which we do as teenagers or young adults don’t follow us around for the rest of our life. If your behaviour crosses the line into criminal however, you might still have to disclose your criminal record years later.
There aren’t many drivers who have been behind the wheel for years and have a totally clean licence. Even the best driver makes mistakes. It’s easy to pick up three points for being slightly over the speed limit.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that you’d only need a gambling licence if you’re running a casino. Or setting up shop as a bookmaker. However, there are situations where applying for a licence could keep you on the right side of the law.
The process for getting police checks done has changed several times over the years, leading to a lot of confusion and misunderstanding. If you’re not sure of the best way to apply for your disclosure check then we’re here to help.
We’re constantly being told that housing in the UK is in crisis. Prices have risen quickly in many parts of the UK, most notably London. Gone are the days when a mortgage was easy to get, so many more of us are renting.
One rogue employee can easily send a business to the wall or cause irreparable damage to your reputation. Recruiting someone new to join the team is a minefield. Trying to find someone perfect fit for your business isn’t easy.
Adjusting to a new country is always difficult. Things get even more complicated in a country like the UK, which has a complex system of laws around employment. For anyone coming to work in the UK it must be baffling.