The introduction of the Points Based System saw the most significant shake up to immigration law for almost 50 years. Leading organisations are now really getting to grips with their responsibilities, just in time for a potential surge in recruitment as the economy picks up, but what will change if the Conservative Party wins the general election? Now is the time to assess your immigration, recruitment and vetting procedures, get to grips with potential changes that are in store by discussing Conservative Party policies with the Shadow Minister for Immigration and prepare for a successful 2010.
The financial consequences of employing illegal workers can be hard enough for many organisations to cope with, but the reputational impact can be devastating. Buy the Employing and Vetting Non-UK Nationals 2010 presentation to ensure you understand and comply with the law to prevent any negative attention.
You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).
You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF), clicking the ‘Add to cart’ button above.
The “Employing and Vetting Non-UK Nationals 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Tom Hadley, Director of External Relations
Looking at Immigration from an Employer’s Point of View
Gerwyn Davies, Public Policy Adviser
ID Verification in a Few Steps
Daniel Suess, International Account Manager
Employment Law Issues and Migrant Workers
Michael Bradshaw, Partner
Effective Vetting and Screening
Kenneth Hanslip, Head of Professional Standards
Ian Westwood, Director
Thomson Reuters: Overcoming the Barriers of the Points Based System
Jane Harris, Head of Global Mobility,