Employment Application

Nearly Two Thirds of Job Applications Contain Errors

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Almost two thirds (64 per cent) of job applications contained errors in 2015, according to new research by HireRight, the global candidate due diligence company. This represents an eight percentage point rise in the proportion of people, either deliberately or accidentally, including incorrect details when applying for a job (from 56 per cent in 2014). […]

Regulation Ready

Top 4 Concerns with the Senior Managers Regime

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Martin Wheatley, then FCA chief executive, introduced the Senior Managers Regime, Certification Regime and Conduct Rules with the certainty that: “Today we have given clarity on rules that will embed personal accountability into the culture of the City. New conduct rules will add further momentum to improving standards across the industry.” Yet key questions remain […]

Did the Earth Move for You?

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2015, the year of seismic shifts in the privacy landscape. Let’s take a look back on 2015, here are some of the highlights: Hello to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): the trilogue ended just before Christmas and we now have final agreement on the text of the GDPR which will replace the EU Directive. […]

Financial Conduct Authority

Guilty Until Proven Innocent – Financial Services Update

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The latest development in the ongoing plans to implement the Senior Person’s Regime for Financial Services is that the Treasury has made a U-turn on its proposal to impose a ‘guilty until proven innocent’ approach. The so-called “reverse burden of proof” would have demanded senior bankers proved they were unaware of any wrongdoing at their […]