Published with the aim of informing migration policy after Brexit, the recommendations set out in the Government’s MAC (Migration Advisory Committee) report, which have been given an initial nod of approval by the cabinet, are essentially giving to the UK economy with one hand and taking away with the other.
Category: Global Mobility Analysis
UK and European business are united in the face of Brexit: they think it’s bad for Britain and bad for the EU too
A survey which sought to find out what Europeans – and those in the UK – think of Brexit has revealed the biggest points of agreement: that it’s bad for international business and not good for the European Union either.
European businesses are stepping up training of local staff amid fears that Brexit will make it harder to employ UK workers
Businesses in Europe are already making changes to global mobility budgets and beefing up staff training for fear that Brexit could hit international business hard and make hiring British workers more difficult.
Why hidden emotions behind Brexit should sound a warning for global mobility and international business
Survey shows workers in the UK are anxious, insecure, trapped and uncertain – and Europeans call Brexit foolish, small minded and deluded
Business owners are being supplied with useful advice in order to help them keep the stress of relocating their business to a minimum.
It goes without saying that the Government’s decision to remove certain medical practitioners and nurses from its Tier 2 visa cap was warmly welcomed by the UK healthcare sector.
The recent news that the electric car maker Tesla’s chief executive Elon Musk has accused an employee of carrying out “extensive and damaging sabotage”, places the media spotlight on the hidden dangers of deliberate employee sabotage.
A new consultation document heralds a reform to the taxation of contractors working through personal service companies, writes Elizabeth Middleton of law firm Cripps.
Employers may find themselves understaffed and struggle to keep their businesses running as usual. So if it all becomes too much and business is being affected can employers decline annual leave requests?
It has not been the best of years so far for the Home Office. Immigration stories have dominated the front pages and claimed the career of at least one cabinet secretary. The department is under significant pressure to get ready for Brexit whilst still reeling from the fall out from the Windrush saga.
The United Kingdom could reshape its economic future and unlock its share of £39.8 billion in untapped GDP if organisations were to optimise their workplaces, according to a new study by Ricoh and Oxford Economics, titled ‘The Economy of People’.
No country is truly an island. The purpose of payroll is universal, but often the application is unique. International organisations need payroll systems that can adapt across borders, whilst being nuanced to the varying compliance requirements, legislations, and privacy laws in the local market.
SMEs and start-ups are facing some serious challenges as they begin to go international far earlier in their development than ever before.
How does a global organisation inspire new learning workplace habits for 80,000 busy staff? How can a company replicate classroom or online content for Millennial employees in high-pressure situations?
South Korea’s National Assembly has passed a bill aimed at shortening working hours despite businesses’ concerns about increased labour costs.