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Post-Brexit Recruitment Conference for Employers: Strategy & Solutions

Date Tuesday 05 December 2017
Venue London - Danubius Hotel Regents Park, London NW8 7JT

"Crammed with useful and relevant information and guidance" – University of Kent

"Excellent one-day event, lots of valuable information and guidance" – Office of the Independent Adjudicator

"Difficult topic as so many unknowns, all speakers contributed greatly to my knowledge" – Lloyd’s Register


A recent Baker McKenzie survey identified over 50% of current EU employees in the UK were seriously considering leaving their position post-Brexit. How might that exodus affect your own organisation and what contingency plans have you implemented?

As the war for talent rages on, recruiters and HR face a growing challenge to secure the skills they need in order for their organisations to remain competitive in the post-Brexit environment. Employers need to know what to plan for, and are looking for successful strategies to meet this challenge. 

Following two sell-out events of this nature, BFI are once again bringing together top immigration lawyers, leading labour market experts and HR thought & strategy leaders to address critical recruitment problems and to offer concrete strategies and solutions for employers to survive and thrive in these uncertain times.

This conference aims to enable employers to leave well informed and equipped with the necessary tools to plan and implement an effective recruitment strategy.

* See fact from fiction with 'the real picture - facts, figures and realistic predictions', painted by think tanks The Resolution Foundation and Migration Watch UK
* Get prepared with Fragomen's UK Government Strategies Practice offering practical strategies
* Learn from Laura Devine Solicitors about key legal and immigration issues post-brexit
* Hear about a plethora of workable strategies from Mercer UK's Talent Division
* Gain insights into effective innovative initiatives shared by: UCL (Academia), Arcadis (Construction), United Utilities (STEM) and Barclays (Financial Services)
* Engage with employers who are leading the way of working with untapped talent M&S, Auticon, United Utilities