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Employment and Criminal Records

Many employers will not employ a person with a criminal record, particularly where an offence involves an element of dishonesty. However, the dismissal of an existing employee because of a conviction may give rise to an application for unfair dismissal if the conviction is not relevant to the employee's work, see employment: unfair dismissal.

See DUTY TO DISCLOSE CHARGES PROVED.

Employment and Criminal Records  :  Last Revised: Thu Dec 20th 2007
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