Right to Work: Easing hiring challenges in the cleaning industry
The cleaning industry is an essential sector, playing a vital role in maintaining the hygiene standards of workplaces and public spaces. As demand for cleaning services continues to increase, so does the need for a skilled and reliable workforce. However, with staff turnover being an ongoing challenge, hiring professionals are tasked with the responsibility of finding new employees quickly and effectively.
In these circumstances, having a streamlined and efficient recruitment process is essential. This is where TrustID’s digital Right to Work (RtW) checks can provide a valuable solution.
What we’ll be covering:
- How we can save you time and reduce your recruitment costs
- Request and receive checks at the click of a button
- You can onboard candidates remotely, from anywhere
- We can provide you support from 8am-midnight, 365 days a year
- Navigating Right to Work for non-UK and visa holding nationals
- Our unique combination of technology backed up by a team of UK based analysts
As an Identity Service Provider (IDSP) certified by the government, TrustID’s RtW checks allow applicants to verify their identity and prove their eligibility to work remotely, offering a faster and more cost-effective way to ensure compliance with UK legislation.
Request checks at the click of a button
With TrustID’s digital Right to Work (RtW) checks, requesting a candidate’s verification can be done easily and quickly, taking as little as a few minutes. Our target response time for processing RtW checks is within one hour between 8am and midnight, seven days a week.
In addition, our services and pricing plans are scalable. If your team is growing and you need to perform more checks, this can be easily done. We can also provide you with multiple accounts and users, allowing your business to access and perform checks on the same platform.
Save Time and Resources
Digital RTW checks offer multiple cost-saving benefits, making them a smart investment for any organisation. By automating the verification process, hiring professionals can reduce the time and resources spent on manual checks, freeing up staff to focus on other critical tasks, and also save on travel costs. Digital checks can also help to reduce the risk of errors, which can be costly to correct down the line. Overall, the cost savings of digital RTW checks can be significant, providing an efficient and cost-effective solution for organisations looking to streamline their hiring process.”
Onboard from Anywhere
Our digital Right to Work (RtW) checks allow you to onboard candidates remotely from any location. The process is simple: candidates receive a request to upload their documents and complete our easy-to-follow steps. Once completed, you will receive a comprehensive report of their Right to Work status.
Navigating Right to Work for non-UK nationals
TrustID makes it easy for hiring professionals to verify the eligibility of their workers, including non-UK or Visa holding nationals. We offer expert advice, and use a unique combination of technology backed up by a team of UK based analysts, so that you can confidently conduct Right to Work (RtW) checks without any concerns about which documents need to be requested. Our experienced sales team are available to answer any questions and provide you with service support. At TrustID, we’re committed to making the RtW check process as simple and stress-free as possible. Get in touch to learn more about how we can help you streamline your hiring process.
Have more questions? Request our guide here, that covers:
- Recent changes to Right to Work checks
- More about Digital Right to Work checks and Identity checks
- What 10 Questions should you ask when considering IDSPs?
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