In June, the Home Office published new guidance on right to work checks for EU citizens, which came into force on 1 July 2021. Employers are required to carry out checks to make sure that the people they employ have the right to work in the UK.
This applies to all right to work checks carried out from 1 July, and failure to comply carries criminal and civil penalties – from unlimited fines to a potential jail sentence. Are you confident you know what your responsibilities are and how to carry out the correct right to work checks?
The HR & Employment Law experts of Associate Partner, Citation, have created this free guide summarising all you need to know about these changes to make sure you’re doing the right thing by your people and your business.
If you’d like to chat about how Citation can help with the HR and Health & Safety side of your business, just give them a call on 0345 844 1111, or fill in their call-back form and they’ll get right back to you.