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Is this in relation to a job you are currently in or a job that you have applied for?
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There is no register as such where the employer may be able to find out such information. However, there are ways that they could try and do so. For example, in your P45 it will state who your previous permanent employer was – if you were working as a contractor then you may have been working under your own limited company and the employer’s name may not match what you could have told the employer. Also if the employer seeks a reference from the previous employer then they may request such information from them or it could simply be revealed in the reference anyway.
It is entirely possible to work on a contract basis rather than on a permanent basis – this is something between you and the employer to decide.
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