Global mobility

Asylum seekers need greater rights to work, says REC

Those seeking asylum should be given the right to work, the The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has urged, signing up to the Lift the Ban coalition

Six-month Brexit extension: HR community reacts

HR will play a significant role in steering their organisations through further uncertainty, ?as a new deadline of 31 October is agreed by European Union leaders

The cost of migration in post-Brexit Britain

There are many fees and charges both employers and individuals need to be aware of

Businesses unprepared for post-Brexit immigration drop

?As the current Brexit deadline of 12 April approaches, new research reveals that the majority of UK firms are unprepared for immigration changes

Employers committing “wage theft” over holiday pay

Employees don’t understand their holiday entitlement, with particular uncertainty around temporary workers’ rights according to BEIS research

Judicious Brexit-related comms key, experts advise

With a no-deal Brexit still possible, speakers at a recent event? offered advice for HR on navigating workforce communications and a potential no-deal scenario

Brexit and workers' rights: Should we believe Theresa May?

MPs vote in favour of delaying the UK's withdrawal from the EU, while questions remain around what will happen to workers' rights post-Brexit

Spring Statement 2019: What HR should know

While Brexit uncertainty remains, the chancellor announced plans around visa caps, apprenticeships and a minimum wage review

Government's disabled worker targets: Experts respond

Amber Rudd's plans to change the benefits system and get more disabled people into work have received a mixed response

Preventing illegal working – the new employer checking service

All employers in the UK have a duty to prevent illegal working by carrying out right to work checks on prospective employees

MPs promised vote on post-Brexit workers' rights changes

Parliament will be given a say after Brexit on adopting future EU rules on workers' rights, the prime minister will announce today

The UK's immigration system is petty and degrading

We must not be led into a false belief that we can continue to prosper as a nation without keeping our allies close

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