Cater Leydon Millard are here to help you spend less time tackling extensive immigration legislation and more time prioritising projects to drive meaningful change. Please contact us for more information.
Complex and elaborate processes are involved when recruiting workers from abroad or currently in the UK with another type of visa. It’s critical that HR professionals and employers follow the correct processes and stay on the right side of the law.
We can advise on:
Working in a globally connected world means that colleagues or other business partners may need to visit your UK-based organisation. We can support you with:
Employers have a responsibility to ensure that anyone taking employment with them has the right to work in the UK. This is proved by ensuring the correct checks are carried out on or before the first day of employment and records are kept in accordance with government guidance. We can ensure you’re compliant with legal obligations when employing migrant workers,
In addition, together with our reemployment law expertise, we are able to advise on difficult Right to Work cases, including how to manage any dismissal process where someone does not have the right to work.
“Together with several members of our HR team, I attended esphr’s immigration sponsor license training course recently. It was a really enjoyable session and we found it incredibly useful, given the constant changes to immigration legislation over the last couple of years. The training not only covered what we need to know as sponsors, but it was also tailored to our specific business needs. We took away some actionable steps to ensure we’re being compliant and meeting our legal obligations.”
Daniel Burgess, Employee Relations Manager at Rathbones Group
We’re here to help you spend less time tackling extensive immigration legislation and more time prioritising projects to drive meaningful change.
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