We present a piece of expert advise for employers dependent on low-skill EU labour.
Under proposed new immigration rules, low-skilled workers from EU countries will no longer have the automatic right to work in the UK after Brexit,
Heathrow is to offer thousands of its European workers financial help to try to secure their place in the UK after Brexit.
OECD explains that we still have some way to go in achieving migrant inclusion goals.
What impact will the drop in EU citizens migration numbers have on UK recruitment?
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.
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.
Debra Jane Beynon: How major changes to Australia’s immigration regulations could impact UK businesses in 2018
Major changes to immigration regulations in Australia could impact businesses aiming to send staff to work Down Under this year.
Global changes in immigration policy are coming so thick and fast that many corporations which move talent around the world are suddenly having to re-evaluate their global mobility programmes.
Proposals aimed at ending the free movement of labour and cutting the numbers of low-skilled migrants from Europe following Brexit have been disclosed in a leaked Home Office document.
Immigration takes centre stage again with the general election around the corner. We take a closer look at what each Party is proposing in their manifestos and what impact these policies may have on UK businesses.
Starbucks has promised to hire 10,000 refugees globally over the next five years, in response to US President Donald Trump’s recent immigration ban
The UK’s shock vote to leave the EU has left financial markets and businesses reeling this morning.
Research released today, a month ahead of the EU referendum, reveals that nine out of ten (87 percent) Europeans living in the UK are worried about the potential impact of a Brexit vote, with half fearing for their job security and over a third for their personal lives.
Alvaro Gonzalez and Eduardo J. Vinales address the legal and HR issues involved when multi-national companies transfer senior executives to Mexico and Argentina.