All UK employers have a duty to prevent illegal working and to check the right to work of employees. The consequences of non-compliance results in fines, potentially a criminal charge and irreversible reputational damage.
Whilst there have been changes in place since Brexit and the Pandemic, the Home Office has announced the adjusted checks will now end on 20 June 2021 and from 1 July 2021 checks on EEA nationals will be changing and employers must be prepared.
What will it cover?
- Employer responsibilities
- Who needs a right to work check
- What documents constitute a check
- How to complete a check
- When to complete a check
- What to consider in your employment processes and policies
What are the outcomes?
Delegates will receive:
- A clear understanding on how to be compliant
- Awareness of acceptable documents to review
- Learn about the differences for students in higher education
- An understanding of implementing right to work checks in a TUPE scenario
- Confidence on what data management processes to implement
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for HR professionals and anyone responsible and accountable for Employers’ compliance from a People Management perspective.
How long will the webinar last?
This will be delivered on 10 June 2021 at 10.00am finishing by 11:30am.
What will the cost be?
£30 plus VAT per delegate.
Reserving a place
Because this webinar is interactive, numbers are limited to up to 10 per webinar and therefore, early booking is advisable.
Who will deliver the training?
Navigators’ HR Business Partner, Ruth Gladwell, Chartered FCIPD will deliver this event providing guidance on people management policy and practice.