Is legislative change about to invalidate your procedures?Posted in : BEO Solutions on Workplace Investigations on 1 December 2015
Workplace investigators and PSA Licensing Arrangements - the story of the inclusion of workplace investigators in the licensing arrangements and the efforts to have them exempted.
Most people, myself included, assumed when the Government set its cap at licensing private investigators those that would be affected were investigators who conduct surreptitious pursuits of individuals on behalf of clients and who report back without informing the target individual. In my mind, wrongly now it seems, it was the Philip Marlowe type of investigator that was to be licensed. Frankly, it never occurred
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