With Brexit headlines seeming to contradict each other every day, employers lack certainty around workforce planning. Dan Peyton from law firm McGuireWoods looks at five areas where organisations can begin to make plans.
The immigration question has loomed over Brexit negotiations for some time now, but a policy paper published by Theresa May's government earlier this week appears to add another piece to the jigsaw. Rachel Harvey warns that, while the latest news has been welcomed as a positive step, UK employers must not sit back and relax.
The number of EU citizens leaving the UK has reached its highest point since 2008, according to the latest migration numbers from the Office for National Statistics.
Fundamental changes in the immigration policy on both sides of the Atlantic mean that globally mobile workers face uncertain times. With potential more changes in the pipeline for those travelling to both the US and EU, how should employers prepare?
Updated to reflect changes to Home Office guidance for sponsors relating to sponsor reporting duties.
Updated to include information on Baker v Abellio London Ltd, concerning the dismissal of an employee who was not subject to immigration control but who failed to provide correct documentation.
Updated to reflect that, from 6 February 2018, the GMC accepts the Occupational English Test as evidence of proficiency in English.
With this Friday's deadline to contribute towards the call for evidence from the Migration Advisory Committee, Jackie Penlington looks at the potential impact of Brexit and the Government's current thinking on the employment of European nationals.
Updated to take into account the introduction of the immigration skills charge, effective from 6 April 2017.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to foreign nationals.