Recruiting and Retaining an International Work-force post-Brexit - what employers need to know now
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Virtual

11 March, 2021

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm GMT

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Recruiting and Retaining an International Work-force post-Brexit - what employers need to know now

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1 hour

Join this webinar to hear immigration specialists, Jacqueline Moore and John Vassiliou (Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP) discuss what employers need to know about recruiting and retaining international staff post Brexit. The session will have a particular focus on Right to Work issues around the employment of EU nationals and how employers can obtain and maintain a Sponsor licence to employ international staff.

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Programme outline

Hot topic immigration issues that will be covered by Jacqueline and John include:

  • Position for EU nationals
  • Right to Work Checks for EU nationals in the Grace Period
  • The impact of Covid related absences from the UK for EU nationals
  • Why 1 July 2021 is a key date for businesses
  • The new Skilled Worker Route- pre-application considerations
  • How to obtain a Sponsor licence and maintain a Sponsor licence including information on costs
  • Exploring other immigration routes including the new Graduate Route and the BNO visa route for citizens from Hong Kong

Learning outcomes:

  • Gain a basic understanding of the position for employing EU nationals in the Grace Period and beyond;
  • Gain a basic understanding of the new Skilled Worker visa;
  • Gain a basic understanding of what is involved in obtaining and maintaining a Sponsor licence.
  • Gain a basic understanding of other immigration routes which provide immigration permission to work.

Speaker details:

Jacqueline is one of the UK’s leading business immigration practitioners with 22 years specialising in immigration law. Accredited as a specialist with the Law Society of Scotland, her in-depth experience covers both personal and business immigration. Jacqueline’s wide and varied client base include Russell Group Universities, multi-national companies, sporting bodies, religious organisations and start-ups.

John is an accredited specialist immigration and nationality lawyer with over ten years' experience advising on a wide array of immigration issues. He has represented clients at the European Court of Human Rights and the UK Supreme Court. He has worked with universities and embassies in relation to the EU Settlement Scheme. John regularly provides expert commentary on current immigration law issue