Machins – Immigration & Employment updates

Ambassadors Machins have two new courses relating to employment for your information. Firstly, on the 26th January they will be offering an overview of latest updates to employment law and how they affect your business. Secondly on the 10th February they will be offering a guide to hiring from abroad and the new Sponsorship licences.

Looking back at 2021 – An employment law update

A webinar looking at employment law developments and a round-up of recent cases in 2021 as well as taking a look at what’s in the pipeline for 2022.

Event details

Date: Wed 26th Jan 2022, 9:30am

Location: Online Event

Department: Employment Business

 

About this event

Have you been keeping up with the latest employment law developments in 2021?

In the midst of employers dealing with the ongoing impact of the pandemic, there have also been significant changes to UK employment legislation including employee/worker status, Covid-19 and fire and rehire.

In this webinar Jackie Cuneen and Philip Bain from the Employment Law team at Machins Solicitors LLP will outline the key employment law developments in 2021, provide a round-up of recent cases and discuss the actions employers may need to take in light of these. They will also be taking a look at what’s in the pipeline for 2022.

The presentation will run from 9.30am -10.15am followed by a online Q&A session for anyone wishing to ask questions.

 

https://www.machins.co.uk/events/looking-back-at-2021-an-employment-law-update/

 

Sponsorship Licences: A beginner’s guide for employers

A helpful webinar for UK businesses, companies or charities intending to employ migrant workers.

Event details

Date: Thu 10th Feb 2022, 9:30am

Location: Online Event

Department: Immigration Business

Are you a UK based business looking to recruit workers from within or outside the UK? Are you concerned about the immigration rules and the new points-based system?

Employers, HR professionals and business owners tasked with the responsibility of recruiting and retaining foreign workers should have a good working knowledge of the steps involved in obtaining a sponsorship licence as well as ensuring they remain fully compliant with the requisite Home Office regulations and documentation.

Join our free online webinar on Thursday 10 February 2022 from 9.30am where experts from the Machins Solicitors Corporate Immigration team will be providing professional, practical and easy to understand guidance on your obligations as an employer when applying for a sponsorship licence.

The presentation will run from 9.30am -10.15am followed by an online Q&A session for anyone wishing to ask questions.

 

https://www.machins.co.uk/events/sponsorship-licences-a-beginners-guide-for-employers/

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