H&M Security Visit From Home Secretary Theresa May
H&M SECURITY WAS VISITED BY HOME SECRETARY
On Friday 27th February 2015 Theresa May MP came to visit H&M Security Services Ltd Head Office in Highams Park, London to commend us on the work we have been within the Security Industry since we started back in February 2000.
H&M Security Visit from Home Secretary Theresa MayH&M Security Services Limited has exemplary records of employee screening and vetting which are maintained in line with BS 7858. The company works very closely with other agencies as well as the SIA and HMRC to ensure that the company’s employees maintain the right to work, retain Visa authority and comply with Government employee taxation rules and regulations. These other agencies include the UK Border Agency, National Insurance Records Bureau and the ECS (Employee Checking Service). By following its rigorous procedures H&M HR team has identified 70 illegal workers attempting to obtain work and those
Theresa May showed particular interest in H&Ms screening and vetting procedures that were highlighted in the company’s most recent SIA audit as being one of our best areas of practice. Detailed records of vetting are kept to comply with BS 7858 and are secured to meet Data Protection Act requirements.
The security industry is often targeted by illegal workers and criminals. H&M have a legal responsibility to prevent illegal work in the
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Brian Tuite, H&M’s Finance Director said, “It was a great
We are extremely proud to state that we also have an excellent record of staff retention, partly due to the fact that we value and develop our personnel. This demonstrates our commitment to retaining our quality people. This is no doubt due to the fact that we place great emphasis on employee welfare, development and