All employers in the UK have a duty to prevent illegal working by carrying out right to work checks on prospective employees. Caroline Glacken explains new legislation that came into effect in January 2019, enabling employers to rely solely on the Home Office’s online checking service.
Earlier this month, it was widely reported that Theresa May has confirmed that EU workers will lose their ‘priority status’ after Brexit, we answer some key questions for employers of EU staff about the new settlement scheme.
The Daily Mail calls it a revolution, but what impact could the government’s latest proposals really have on the industry? John Hayes assess the plans.
On Wednesday evening, 2 Temple Gardens and Constantine Law hosted a seminar entitled ‘Britain Without Free Movement of EU Workers? The Implications for Law and Business’, bringing together leading figures in the fields of commerce, politics, and academia to speak about the future of Brexit and its implications for the Law and for Business.
The Government has commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to launch a Call for Evidence, looking at how the UK labour market will be affected by Brexit and the plans to restrict the ability of UK business to employ workers from the EEA.