Employers need to be wary of false identity documents following the deadline for EU workers to apply for settled status ending.
With Brexit, the UK has also left the European Economic Area, which means business travel is no longer as simple as it once was. Take time to understand the new rules.
Brexit has changed a lot in the world of work. Companies exporting goods to the EU need to meet Rules of Origin requirements, to avoid costly tariffs. But for HR professionals, the most significant...
Home Secretary Priti Patel repeatedly insisted our new post-Brexit points-based immigration system would make it easier for firms to employ the “brightest and best from around the world.”
As the dust from Brexit has settled, attention has turned to what this means for cross-border workers in the UK.
The mood of separation prevails as we continue to experience consequences of Brexit up and down the country.
In December 2020, the UK government launched a consultation on reforming post-termination non-compete restrictions to encourage more competition in the employment market.
Various aspects need to be considered when planning the employment for individuals working across borders, whether remotely, on a temporary assignment or under a more permanent foreign arrangement.
Employers are rushing their recruitment plans to bring EU hires into the UK by December 31 to avoid costly sponsorship fees.
The UK’s new work visas, under the points-based immigration system, will put pressure on employers to respond quickly and make long-term decisions about their workforce sooner rather than later.