White Papers - Right to Work - AML & KYC - Identity Verification
Right to Work in the Construction Industry
The UK Government is cracking down on illegal workers in the UK, with harsher punishments for businesses including fines of £20,000 per illegal employee, ‘on-the-spot’ closure and even prison sentences for directors. Whether a company knowingly employs staff who are not eligible to work or fails to follow the correct processes for checking right to work status, the costs can be significant.
This short white paper describes:
1. What You Need to Do as Part of a Right to Work Check?
2. Why Manual Right to Work Checks Carry an Admin Burden?
3. How Mobile Right to Work Checks Offer A Compelling Alternative
Right to Work in the Recruitment Industry
The Home Office has increased spot checks across multiple industries to ensure compliance with Right to Work (RTW) legislation. Yet, for recruiters that typically deal with a high staff turnover, often spread over multiple locations for example in catering, construction, retail and farming sectors, the logistics involved in managing ‘Right to Work’ legislation can be daunting.
This short paper explores:
1. How Technology Can Help Recruiters Ensure Compliance ?
2. How Recruiters Can Reduce the Administrative Burden of Right-to-Work checks?
The Digital Passport in Banking and Financial Services
Applying digital solutions is a top priority in most industry sectors across the globe. In recent years, the concept of a ‘digital passport’ has been a point of discussion in the financial services sector, bringing a transparency which makes it easier for providers to ‘know their customer’ and to simplify internal processes. But there are challenging implications of adopting this particular solution.
This short paper examines:
1. What is a Digital Passport?
2. What are the Key Requirements for a Digital Passport ?