Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

A permanent shift to IDVT Digital Right to Work Checks by the Home Office

Digitalisation has been a key theme in 2022 so far & will remain crucial in onboarding candidates for the foreseeable future.

Since the lockdown (and furlough) began in March 2020, the onboarding process has needed a swift overhaul with many businesses going fully remote. Not only this, organisations have seen the need for a greater onboarding experience and it’s not just the pandemic that’s served this – Brexit, skills shortages and passive candidates has made recruiting more challenging.

It seems this shift to a more digital world is here to stay but where’s there’s challenge there are opportunities; and we know how opportunistic and forward-thinking recruitment decision-makers are. 

Sign up for our upcoming webinar...

Join Access Recruitment and their Screening Specialist, James Waby, where he will discuss the outline of the recent Identification Document Validation Technology (IDVT) legislation change coming into effect from 1st October 2022 to allow employers to use certified IDVT service providers, to carry out digital identity checks for right to work checks as part of a new UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework.

What is being discussed:

  • How you can automate your onboarding processes
  • What can you do to reduce your time to hire
  • Advice on how to give a great digital remote candidate experience
  • How to adapt to ever changing legislation using vetting technology
  • … and much more!

Register: The Access Group