Job offers usually come with conditions – called employment checks.
Be ready for them by ticking off this list:
Confirm that their contact details are correct. Give them advance warning that an employer will be contacting them.
You will need a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP), passport or national identity card. The employer will only accept originals.
It's 9 digits long (two letters, six numbers and one letter: BC123456D).
Got a Biometric Residence Permit? Look for your national insurance number on the back. If you have one, it will be there.
An employer will need your bank account details to pay you. Find out about fee-free bank accounts.
Do you want to work with vulnerable groups, like children? You'll need a DBS check.
This is a check to see if you have any criminal convictions or cautions.
Your employer usually arranges for you to complete the check.
There are different types of health checks.
Some employers require you to take a medical. This can include a physical examination, blood test and more.
If they specify it in the conditional job offer, you will need to pass it.
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