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Ex-offenders who have served longer sentences may not have to inform employers

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Ex-offenders who have served longer sentences may not have to declare their past convictions to employers under new government proposals.

The new legislation would mean ex-offenders who have served sentences longer than four years would no longer be required to disclose their convictions to an employer after they have passed a ‘rehabilitation period’ without re-offending.

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We’re proud to sponsor St Helens R.F.C!

A big congratulations from all of us at Elcons to St Helens R.F.C on getting 6 players into the latest England Elite Performance Squad AND winning their last game 42-12!

We’re Hiring!

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We’re hiring! Due to our growth we have full time permanent positions available for Employment Law Advisors to compliment our existing team based in Ripponden (junction 22 M62). The role is Monday to Friday. Experience in HR is essential as well as an ability to work under pressure and offer solutions to clients on a wide scope of HR related issues. We offer a good package, working conditions and salary is negotiable subject to experience. If you would like an informal chat in the first instance please contact Johanna McMillan Peel on 07803 126142 or email your CV with a covering letter to We look forward to hearing from you! Please feel free to share. Strictly no agencies.

The legislation to protect agency and zero hours worker

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The legislation to protect agency and zero hours workers, introduced today, means staff must be informed of their rights from their first day of work, including eligibility for paid and sick leave. Workers must also be given the right to request predictable hours.

The reform takes forward a majority of the recommendations made in the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices. This includes closing the ‘Swedish derogation’ loophole which allowed agency staff to be paid less than permanent employees.