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Junior doctors' contract ESR webinar - Q&A
03 / 10 / 2016 Midday - 03 / 10 / 2016 1pm
This webinar is an opportunity for payroll staff to ask questions about how to input the new junior doctors structure of pay onto ESR.
Health and wellbeing leads network webinar - Evaluation
30 / 9 / 2016 11am - 30 / 9 / 2016 1pm
Register for our leads network event to connect, share and learn on all matters health and wellbeing.
FAQs: Employment checking
Answers to common questions about the NHS employment check standards.
FAQs: Criminal record checks
Further clarity on criminal record checks when considering appointments in the NHS.
FAQs: Identity checks
A variety of questions in relation to proving someone's identity.
FAQs: Work health assessments
Questions relating to work health assessment requirements when considering appointments to NHS positions.
FAQs: Right to work checks
Answers to your questions on right to work checks including, certificates of sponsorship and tiers.
FAQs: Employment history and reference checks
Understand the different types of references required as part of the NHS recruitment process.
FAQs: Professional registration and qualification checks
FAQs on verifying qualifications, vocational experience and where to go for further information.
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Are your right to work checks consistent and fair?
With increased focus on illegal working, employers need to ensure they meet the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.
English language requirements for public sector workers
The government has published a preliminary draft of the Code of practice on the English language requirements for public sector workers.
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