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EU Settlement Scheme – Employer toolkit

The Government has published new promotional material for employers to support EU citizens and their families. The ‘EU Settlement Scheme: employer toolkit’ is meant to provide comprehensive information for those employing EU citizens. All employers should know that the current ‘right…

The impact of Brexit on right to work checks

On 19 March 2018 the Draft Agreement on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community was published. The draft agreement confirms what EEA nationals should expect, if…

Home Office update: Brexit negotiations

We are all returning back to work after the summer holidays, keen to find out about the progress of the Brexit negotiations. The excitement bubble was burst at the beginning, as we discovered that the Home Office posted letters to some…

Sponsored workers at third party premises

Employers with sponsorship licenses should make sure they are familiar with changes to the process brought into force on 6 April 2017. In particular, there is an important, and perhaps overlooked, point for employers who allow their sponsored workers to out any of…

Residence documents: To apply or not to apply

We are currently receiving lots of queries from EEA nationals asking about the need to apply for residence documents, and in particular documents certifying permanent residence. Permanent residence is an automatic right, but it does not automatically provide the EEA national with…

Apprenticeships – good or bad?

The introduction of Government apprenticeship grants in 2008, together with the numerous benefits to employers such as investing in future skilled labourers and minimising cost has resulted in an increase in apprenticeship schemes being offered by employers. What are the benefits? An…