FAQs on checking employees’ right to work in the UK

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How to avoid a £20,000 fine for employing illegal workers

Employers have a legal duty to prevent illegal working in the UK and avoid unlawful discrimination while doing so. The implications of not checking employees’ right to work can not only be costly and damaging to an organisation’s professional reputation but may also disqualify the business from entering into public procurement contracts.

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