Business Planning

Tackling immigration laws with certainty

The UK’s exit from the European Union is causing many areas of concern, but for businesses that rely on EU migrant workers, and for workers themselves, the prospect of tightened entry requirements to Britain will be causing alarm.

We have made it our mission to understand the UK’s future immigration landscape and protect your workforce in the process.

Whilst the sectors you operate in may be varied and unique in many ways, they all rely on people for their success. Despite some clarity around the post-Brexit immigration position, now is the time to be thinking ahead and putting plans in place to protect your future. You’re not on your own, however. We’ll stand with you to support, advise and put a people strategy in place that works for the business and individuals alike.

  • Until 2020 there is much work that needs to be done to protect and secure the rights of your European workforce. Shifting deadlines for applications and barrages of announcements from the Government can lead to confusion, however we’re here to cut through the technicalities and distil complexity into actionable information
  • In-house training and seminars for your HR teams and workforces should form a significant part of your approach to tackle immigration changes. We’re tapped into the heart of the Brexit process and can provide guidance and education on what your obligations are going forward. We can also provide advice on how best to cascade communications, ensuring that everyone is informed and prepared for what’s ahead
  • Post-December 2020, we will find ourselves in a brave new world. Even though access to migrant labour may be more restricted than before, you’re still going to need people to fuel your business ambitions. Now is the time to plan for the future and we can help you understand what the future immigration system and recruitment landscape might look like, how your business will be affected, and what you can do in the interim to prepare
Our service

We take policy and messaging from the Government and simplify it into actionable advice. We guide you and your individual workers on obligations, both now and in the future, to ensure that your business remains in the strongest possible position.

From undertaking workforce audits and managing sponsor licences to in-house training and compliance advice, we promise to protect your workforce in every eventuality.

How we work with you

In any situation where peoples lives and work are at stake, it’s important to have a team of advisers around you for support whenever and wherever you need it.

Through working by your side, we’re able to understand your commercial needs and equip you with the skills and knowledge to protect and secure your workers’ future in the UK.

We have made it our mission to understand the UK’s future immigration landscape and protect your workforce in the process.

Whilst the sectors you operate in may be varied and unique in many ways, they all rely on people for their success. Despite some clarity around the post-Brexit immigration position, now is the time to be thinking ahead and putting plans in place to protect your future. You’re not on your own, however. We’ll stand with you to support, advise and put a people strategy in place that works for the business and individuals alike.

  • Until 2020 there is much work that needs to be done to protect and secure the rights of your European workforce. Shifting deadlines for applications and barrages of announcements from the Government can lead to confusion, however we’re here to cut through the technicalities and distil complexity into actionable information
  • In-house training and seminars for your HR teams and workforces should form a significant part of your approach to tackle immigration changes. We’re tapped into the heart of the Brexit process and can provide guidance and education on what your obligations are going forward. We can also provide advice on how best to cascade communications, ensuring that everyone is informed and prepared for what’s ahead
  • Post-December 2020, we will find ourselves in a brave new world. Even though access to migrant labour may be more restricted than before, you’re still going to need people to fuel your business ambitions. Now is the time to plan for the future and we can help you understand what the future immigration system and recruitment landscape might look like, how your business will be affected, and what you can do in the interim to prepare

Our service
We take policy and messaging from the Government and simplify it into actionable advice. We guide you and your individual workers on obligations, both now and in the future, to ensure that your business remains in the strongest possible position.

From undertaking workforce audits and managing sponsor licences to in-house training and compliance advice, we promise to protect your workforce in every eventuality.

How we work with you
In any situation where peoples lives and work are at stake, it’s important to have a team of advisers around you for support whenever and wherever you need it.

Through working by your side, we’re able to understand your commercial needs and equip you with the skills and knowledge to protect and secure your workers’ future in the UK.

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