There has recently been a great deal of debate surrounding the introduction of the interim cap on immigration, designed to avoid what Home Secretary Theresa May described as a ‘closing down sale for migrant workers,’ and there is already much speculation regarding how the cap will work for employers, with worries that UK businesses could be left short-staffed or unable to bring in the talent they need to compete.
Add this to the ongoing worries around effective screening of potential employees and handling sticky situations of suspected illegal working, and you have a big headache for those HR and recruitment professionals responsible.
By buying the Employing and Vetting Non-UK Nationals presentation , you will gain valuable insight into the changes to immigration policy made by the new coalition government, including their cap on the numbers of certificates of sponsorship issued and how this will affect you.
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The “Employing and Vetting Non-UK Nationals 2010 No2″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Ben Digby, Senior Policy Adviser – Pensions and Employment
Economic Migration Policy: Government Plans
Ian Robinson, Assistant Director, Immigration Policy
Managing Reputation When Employing Non-UK Nationals
Tim Cowen, Director of Communications
Role of Pre-employment Screening in Helping Successful Recruitment From Overseas
Senior Manager Centre for the
Interactive Immigration Law
Linda Beedie, Associate
Interactive Employment Law
Charles Wynn-Evans, Wynn Partner, Head of Employment Law
Trends and Changes
Tom Hadley, Director of External Relations