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Compliance & IDVT

As a recruitment professional, you know how important it is to ensure that all employees have the right to work in the UK. This is where Identity Verification Technology (IDVT) comes in. Following the government's recent announcement, organizations will be able to use 3rd party IDVT providers to conduct digital right to work checks from April 6. The Home Office has now published guidance for organizations to become registered IDVT providers. The guidance provides information on how providers can become certified to complete digital identity checks for the right to work in the UK. This includes information on the necessary qualifications, training, and experience that providers need to meet to become certified. The guidance also sets out the requirements for the technology and processes that providers must have in place to conduct digital right to work checks. The use of digital IDVT providers can help streamline the right to work checking process, making it faster and more efficient. By using digital IDVT, recruiters no longer need to rely on physical documents and can instead conduct checks electronically, reducing the risk of errors and ensuring that all employees have the right to work in the UK. With the introduction of digital IDVT, the future of right to work checking is already here. By becoming a registered IDVT provider, organizations can embrace this technology and stay ahead of the curve in the recruitment industry. So why wait? Start exploring the guidance today and find out how your organization can become a registered IDVT provider. By doing so, you can improve your recruitment processes, reduce errors, and ensure that your employees have the right to work in the UK. Show more

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