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Introduction to Checking Right to Work (RTW)

Do your staff need an introduction to Right to Work (RTW) checks?

Time: 0930 -1245 (half-day) 

Price: £199 + VAT per attendee 

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  • Thursday, 8th September '22
  • Wednesday, 2nd November '22

A comprehensive no-jargon course for new-to-the-role and line managers wanting to upskill

Covid, staff and recruitment challenges have left many HR professionals feeling out of their depth or in dire need of reskilling. To meet this need, we have designed a  comprehensive, no-jargon introduction to checking RTW: everything you need to know but had no idea where to go.

The pandemic saw a bewildering number of changes to the RTW checking process, as a result, many employers are now unsure of the process and how to ensure they are fully compliant.

You are legally obliged to check the legal working status of your employees

All employers are legally obliged to check Right to Work status for potential employees and have a responsibility to prevent illegal working. Illegal working impacts negatively on lawful wages and is linked to organised crime, tax evasion and modern slavery. Failure to comply can result in potential invalidation of insurance, criminal prosecution, revocation of sponsorship licenses and irreparable reputational damage.

Why train with us

Drawing on our decades of experience and feedback from our delegates and trainers, this information-packed three-hour update is a perfect solution to ensure your staff feel confident to tackle the potentially confusing process of RTW checking.

Delegate feedback from similar Right to Work courses

"This event was extremely informative and well presented". - HCUC Uxbridge College

"Really informative and real life scenario's helped to make the workshop relatable". - Allied Care Limited

"It was informative and interactive. Involving participants is great activity. Helps understanding what steps to follow while hiring". - Corporate Research & Investigations Limited

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Which functions will benefit from attending

  • HR AND RECRUITMENT PROFESSIONALS, ADMINISTRATION, TRAINING, SECURITY, RISK, COMPLIANCE, LEGAL, POLICY, VETTING AND SCREENING, OPERATIONS AND ALL LINE MANAGERS AND DIRECTORS AND STAFF WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR RIGHT TO WORK CHECKS AND NON-UK EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT, VETTING AND SCREENING

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Schedule

Welcome, objectives and ice-breaker

Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith

Director of Research
Business Forums International Ltd. (BFI)

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Elizabeth Smith

Director of Research , Business Forums International Ltd. (BFI)

Elizabeth is director of research and a founding co-director at Business Forums International. She is responsible for all programme content and writing, and researches current areas of interest for senior HR professionals in large organisations. BFI is the UK’s leading HR risk specialist conference and training provider, delivering key and timely information to over 3,000 delegates a year both through public and in-house training courses. Before founding BFI in 1996, Elizabeth specialised in researching corporate financial programmes in Asia and the Middle East, based in Dubai. She also worked in advertising and publishing in the Middle East and London. Elizabeth was educated in the West Indies, Saudi Arabia and Belgium before reading Modern Languages at Durham University. She is currently developing an online training course for line managers to raise awareness of menopause symptoms and ways that employers can work to make their workplaces more inclusive.

Legal updates and basics: Key immigration law updates, GDPR

Simon Kenny

Simon Kenny

Partner & Head of Immigration
Muldoon Britton Immigration

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Simon Kenny

Partner & Head of Immigration , Muldoon Britton Immigration

Simon is a solicitor and works on immigration matters. He joined Muldoon Britton as a Partner and Head of Immigration in May 2022 Simon works with individuals, companies and universities regarding immigration compliance issues. These include new individual immigration applications, Skilled Worker and Global Business Mobility, illegal working penalties and sponsor licence suspension. Simon has managed global immigration programmes and post-Brexit immigration compliance in respect of business travellers working across the EEA. His previous experience includes many years as an immigration officer and as a manager in Big 4 professional services companies. Simon has a focus on achieving practical outcomes for clients, an understanding of wider global mobility issues and creativity in finding solutions which work, all of which informs his immigration advice. Simon has been a recommended lawyer by the Legal 500 in every edition since 2015 and, in 2019, was individually commended in the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Europe Awards for research and analysis conducted regarding Certificate of Sponsorship allocations. He writes media articles and is a keen blogger and Twitter user.

  • Understanding application routes
  • The basics: checking, documents, FAQs, visa categories, what must be checked and when, checking in-person versus remotely
  • GDPR essentials to ensure compliance
  • Induction and onboarding: what has changed recently?
  • Defining roles and responsibilities

Coffee break

What does a compliant policy look like?

  • Remote managers: what can go wrong and what needs to be in a robust policy?
  • Record keeping essentials and consequences
  • Document verification: checking and potential consequences
  • Outsourcing employment checks: pros and cons

Coffee break

The practicalities

15-minute interactive exercise

  • What are the potential risks to your organisation and how to minimise them
    • Potential D&I implications
    • Security considerations
  • Resources and support

Q&A and wrap-up

End of course

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