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Checking criminal records during recruitment: dos and don'ts
The GDPR has placed increased protections on criminal records information. Learn why you shouldn't ask for self-disclosure of criminal records during the recruitment process, and use our quick-reference download to help you keep your process fair and compliant.
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- Why you shouldn't ask for self-disclosure of criminal records before the DBS check
- How this impacts common recruitment practice
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