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Ecocleen adopts advanced right to work checks solution

Commercial contract cleaning provider, Ecocleen, has teamed up with uComply to streamline and simplify its Right to Work checks.

The uAuthenticate mobile application fully validates a wide range of identity documentation including passports, visas, ID cards, driving licences, biometric cards and work or resident permits in a matter of seconds. This accurate scanning and verification procedure, with built-in Home Office guidance, will quickly determine if someone has the Right to Work in the UK and identify any fake documents. This will help franchises to speed up the recruitment process and ensure contracts have the appropriate staffing levels, while protecting Ecocleen against any potential reputational loss or fines.

Jean-Henri Beukes, Managing Director of Ecocleen commented: “Effective background checking and pre-employment screening is a critical part of our complete compliance with Home Office immigration guidelines.

“We had previously operated a centralised system for Right to Work checks that whilst robust could also be time consuming and result in unnecessary delays in the recruitment process. The uAuthenticate mobile app will enable our Regional Directors to make immediate employment decisions, so they can quickly and efficiently fill cleaning roles while reducing any exposure to risk.”

Milesh Shah, Business Development Director at uComply said: “Recent research suggests that one in 20 employees in the UK may be working illegally, so there are significant risks to employers if Right to Work checks are not carried out correctly. With fines of up to £20,000 per illegal work, there is a huge financial incentive to comply with requirements, even before you consider potential damage to a business’ brand or the threat of imprisonment. We are working with a growing number of responsible organisations such as Ecocleen that recognise the importance of effective immigration compliance.”


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