Immigration in the Hospitality sector – the essential knowledg
The immigration rules post-Brexit represent the biggest change to the UK's immigration system in almost five decades, and with over 100,000 vacancies across the hospitality it has never been more important to understand how to make the most of the opportunities presented by the immigration system.
Whether you are a global organisation with operations in multiple countries, a small family run business or a new establishment, these changes are almost certainly going to have an impact on your business and its ability to recruit.
To help you navigate the new rules, Chris Harber, Head of Immigration at Boyes Turner, is running a webinar for UKH members which will provide you with a guide to the key features of the UK immigration system.
What is a Sponsor Licence and when might we need one?
How do we apply for Sponsor Licence? How long does it last and how do we keep it?
Recruiting chefs from overseas
What visa categories don't require a Sponsor Licence?
Recruiting EU nationals post Brexit
Overseas students undertaking internships in the UK – securing your pipeline of future leaders
The visa application process - timescales, fees, the process and pitfalls
Right to Work checks - what to do, when to do it and the risks of getting it wrong