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Right to Work Procedures

Warwick is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment and where possible we go beyond legislation to provide a place where everyone can be themselves. We aspire to remove economic, social and cultural barriers that have prevented people from succeeding.

Warwick is a place where difference is respected and valued, we want to enable everyone in our community to feel a sense of belonging, contribute, and reach their full potential.

We understand that applying for a new job and undergoing right to work check can be a daunting, especially so for trans people. We hope that the information provided on this webpage will reassure you of our processes and answer any questions you may have.

Right to Work checks in the UK are a Government requirementLink opens in a new window and therefore we have a legal responsibility to follow strict procedures before any offer of employment, however we also want to ensure you have confidence in us.

When invited to interview at Warwick, you will be asked to provide your Right to Work documentsLink opens in a new window. These documents remain confidential and will only be checked by a department representative who is used to working with sensitive personal data and understands the confidential nature of these documents. The detail of your documents will not be shared with the interview panel – the checker will only confirm to the panel whether or not the applicant has provided evidence of their right to work.

For original documents, this can be one or a combination of original documents from the list of acceptable documents produced by the Home Office.Link opens in a new window

If you have any further questions or concerns on the process, please contact the HR Recruitment Manager.

Finally, Good Luck!