Job applicants do not have to disclose minor offences, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court has ruled that forcing job applicants to disclose minor crimes as part of background checks is a breach of their human rights.

The ruling is related to the case of a man, identified only as “T” in court, who was denied employment at a football club and later a place at university due to a caution for stealing a bicycle when he was 11…Read More

More information and advice about disclosure in job applications can be found on careerhub here

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