Brexit: Impact on Employment Law Workforce Planning and Immigration

CIPD

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CIPD

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Who should attend

This course is recommended for anyone who employs or plans to employ non-UK citizens, deals with right to work processes and workforce planning.

About the course

Assess the impact of the Government’s post-Brexit immigration changes on your own organisation, and plan ahead for workforce changes.

Now, more than ever before, it’s crucial for all organisations employing, or planning to employ, non-UK citizens to understand the impact of the Government’s post-Brexit immigration changes on their own organisation.

This 1-day workshop will provide you with essential information on the Government's new post-Brexit immigration changes and how these will need to be implemented into your right to work documentation, processes and procedures. It'll also focus on how to address potential low and high skilled workforce planning gaps with information on proposed options and solutions.

Our workshop could not be timelier. We'll help you understand the risks associated with Brexit, and how you can plan towards them.

By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

  • understand the full range of migration restrictions that are due to be introduced in 2021
  • review your right to work checks alongside existing and the EU Settlement scheme
  • assess how the changes will affect your organisation’s workforce planning and how you might mitigate the risk of recruitment difficulties.

Programme

  • Existing immigration system for non-EU citizens
  • Emphasis on flexible routes such as shortage occupation route, YMS, etc.
  • Broadening existing system to include EU citizens
  • Right to work checks
  • EU Settlement scheme
  • How to prepare for Brexit
  • Set the scene for implications for future recruitment challenges to link with Workforce Planning

During this session, you’ll also be able to ask questions and get legal advice from our experts on specific issues faced by your organisation and how to tackle them.

  • Introducing 3 popular workforce planning techniques – buy, build or borrow
  • Using these techniques to identify options to address lower skilled vacancies
  • Using these techniques to identify options to address higher skills vacancies
  • Case Study Scenario for discussion
  • Case study for delegates to work through using workforce planning techniques and risk management

Experts

Esther O'Halloran

Esther has recently set up her own HR Consultancy offering Business Savvy Commercial skills, solutions and insights to Senior Leaders and HR teams. Sharing her vast business knowledge, commercial experience and people development skills. She draws upon a wealth of practical and operational experi...

Ian Robinson

Ian is a Partner in Fragomen's London office where he focuses on UK immigration. Ian has worked in immigration for 15 years, and has been with Fragomen since 2011. He manages a large team that supports businesses across a range of sectors, including IT, energy, professional services and London's ...

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