Employing EU nationals post Brexit transition
21st October 2020
An internationally diverse workforce is the norm in many sectors, as easy access to non-UK nationals has enriched the talent pool. Freedom of movement within the EU has increased competitiveness, and sharpened everyone's focus, employers' and employees' alike. But will this change next year when the transition period comes to an end, and what do businesses need to consider when recruiting and building the best workforce in the future?
At this Zoom webinar on 21st October at 12pm, immigration specialist Flora Mewies will enlighten us about the post Brexit landscape – click here to register. In conversation with Damien Charlton, she will answer questions such as:
- What should our existing EU national employees be doing?
- What is the EU Settlement Scheme?
- How are Irish nationals affected?
- How is the right to work check process changing?
- How can businesses recruit from outside the UK post-Brexit?
- Do we need to apply for a sponsorship licence?
- Can overseas employees of the group continue to visit the UK company?
The UK jobs market is experiencing a huge upheaval as a result of the pandemic, and it is more important than ever to ensure that you retain, recruit and secure the best possible talent. So register here to join Flora and Damien at this webinar on 21st October at 12pm to find out more about the steps you need to take to do this in 2021 and beyond.
This is the first in a series of webinars we will be running looking at the practical impact of Brexit on running your business. We will be picking up other aspects such as contracts, data protection and litigation, so look out for these updates in the coming weeks and months. Your own suggestions for other topics of primary concern would be welcome.
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