Immigration

What HR needs to know about Brexit right to work checks from 1 July

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...

General election: Immigration policies pose challenges for employers

As parties lay out their immigration plans ahead of the general election on 12 December, employers must prepare now if they want to retain a diverse workforce

Non-UK staff feel less accepted since Brexit

?Almost one in 10 (8%) non-native workers in the UK have left a job because they felt they didn’t fit in, according to Jobsite

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

Third are worried about Brexit-related HR skills shortage

A third (32%) of HR and payroll professionals think that they don't have the skills in their departments to adapt to Brexit, according to SD Worx

Government launches EU Settlement Scheme

?A new post-Brexit system for registering EU nationals could create a new Windrush scandal if care is not taken, migration experts have warned

May's Brexit deal defeat: What now for HRDs?

After Theresa May's extraordinary defeat in the House of Commons we asked the HR community what HR professionals should be doing next

Two-thirds of EU workers considering leaving because of Brexit

As MPs prepare to vote on whether to back May's deal for leaving the EU, Prospect reveals that EU workers feel unwelcome in the UK

A third considering automation to plug post-Brexit skills gaps

A third (34%) of UK managers said their organisation has considered automating elements of the business to tackle post-Brexit skills shortages

Companies pay up to £100,000 to keep EU workers

Nearly six out of 10 (62%) UK companies have paid up to £100,000 since Brexit in extra incentives for EU workers

Employers favour UK-wide immigration system post-Brexit

Most employers would back a national approach to post-Brexit immigration, according to research