Brexit: Frontier Workers White Paper.

Brexit: Frontier Workers White Paper.

Following the UK’s divorce from the EU, considerable changes have been made to the rules relating to employing migrant workers. The UK government introduced a vital new permit on December 11 2020 which will enable those EU/EEA Citizens who have previously worked in the UK, to continue to do so for a further 5 years and then renew their right to work on an ongoing basis
This White Paper aims to furnish you with the relevant information required to navigate the new rules relating to Frontier Workers and how we can help you secure sustainable resource solutions post-Brexit.

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Your Business, Your People Survey 2020

Your Business, Your People Survey 2020

How is the pandemic affecting businesses in different ways in the UK? Is it Gloom or Doom? Certainly, the world of work is changing and, if you take the national picture, some sectors and employees have been harder hit than others by the global pandemic. And whilst many businesses have been hit hard, there are plenty of others, including online retail for example, that have done well in these times – and others who have changed their business model to adapt to the circumstances.
This is why we conducted our ‘Your Business, Your People Survey 2020’. And we are now ready to share our results.

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RE Recruitment & EU Migration 2021

RE Recruitment & EU Migration 2021

The UK is about to make substantial changes to the rules around employing migrant workers. These changes will come into effect amidst some of the most difficult times in generations and at a time when the economic climate is unstable as a result of Covid-19.

RE Recruitment have continually monitored the potential and planned changes. Read all about the key support they are able to offer businesses to support the major considerations that the new migration bill will impose on your business.

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