Employing Non-UK National Staff; A Post-Brexit BriefingDanubius Hotel Regents Park , 18 Lodge Road, St. John's Wood, London NW8 7JT
After almost three years, employers and EU employees alike are tiring of the uncertainty of Brexit. Recruitment and retention have both suffered as UK businesses have been unable to plan effectively in a politically unstable climate.
Registration fee: £395 + VAT
Post-October 31st, things will be much clearer and we are delighted to announce a unique event, part of our BFI Brexit for HR portfolio; a comprehensive post-Brexit briefing for employers.
Our recent sell-out Brexit planning events have delivered:-
- Hard facts
- Workable strategy
- Expert speakers
And this event builds on our unrivalled track record.
In one information-packed day, our well-researched programme will address YOUR concerns and help you:-
- Understand the new legal landscape: what employment law changes must you accommodate and how will that affect your EU employees, now and in the future?
- Get the facts and latest key developments to help you formulate a practical and workable recruitment and retention strategy
- Understand the changes to EWCs and what you need to do about skills and PBS
- Get to grips with new immigration law and understand the implications to your organisation and workforce
- Learn how to support your UK employees working in the EU – how will they be affected by Brexit
A speaker line-up of proven experts will also look at real-life case studies and answer your specific enquiries in a special employer-focussed panel session.
“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, but all speakers contributed greatly to my knowledge” – Lloyd’s Register
Which functions will benefit from attending
- HR, Recruitment and Resourcing, Temporary & Agency Resourcing, Legal, Training, Compliance and Audit, Administration, Strategy, Policy, Operations, Line Managers and all Directors and staff with responsibilities within this area
Coffee and registration
CHAIR’S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
- Clarification on legal and illegal workers and potential penalties for employers
- RTW checks: policy, practice and procedure
- Equality rights
- Job offers, minimum salary and skills thresholds
- Holidays and working time
- Atypical workers’ rights
- Data protection
- Agency Workers’ Directive
- Working Time Directive
- Discrimination laws
- Consultation rights and collective redundancies
FUTURE EMPLOYMENT LAW
- Future direction of UK employment law
- Current and future status of EU law conversions
- A new Immigration Act?
- Single system
- Abolition of Labour Market Test
- Minimum salary requirements
- Low-skilled workers
- Implications of a new immigration scheme: analysis and understanding
EUROPEAN WORKS COUNCILS
- What changes will apply?
- Understanding and clarifying what the changes mean
- Practical impacts and how best to manage them
- Employer insolvency: the implications
IMPACT ON RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF EMPLOYEES
- Free movement of workers
- EU settlement scheme
- European Temporary Leave to Remain
- Skills-based immigration
- Transitions for temporary workers
- UK employees working in EU member states
- Future workforce planning: identifying skills and knowledge
Hear how this leading organisation is implementing the new laws to maximise the transition for current and future EU employees.
PANEL: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Delegates are encouraged to being real-life questions and challenges to put to the experts. This session will attempt to look at specific legal, immigration and staffing issues through the prism of specific organisations. Delegates may also submit questions anonymously beforehand. Please email questions to Samantha.Travis@bfi.co.uk up to 1500, 20th November 2019