Brockett, James
September 2008
People Management;9/4/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p10
This article reports on the background checks being conducted by Pimlico Plumbers on all its new recruits. The firm, which has 100 engineers and 50 office-based staff, wants all employees to be subject to the basic disclosure check through specialists BackCheck, which picks up criminal offences, as well as verifying on applicant's curriculum vitae (CV) and entitlement to work in Great Britain. The company asks candidates at interview whether they are happy to be checked. Any checks ore carried out if a job offer is made.


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