CV lands lying manager in jail sparking wider fears on checks

Two NHS managers have been sentenced in the space of a week for lying to get jobs - with one former primary care trust director jailed for three months.The cases have prompted concerns that trusts may regularly be failing to check credentials, raising the possibility of undiscovered fraud across the ...

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