What's happening in immigration and employment law? Reading
- 24 April 2018
- 9.00am - 10.30am (registration & breakfast from 8.30am)
- Pentahotel Reading, Oxford Road, Reading, RG1 7RH
- Entry: Free
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Our topical review of developments will examine recent and forthcoming changes in employment and immigration law.
Immigration has always been a hot topic in the UK - but never more so than now against a backdrop of Brexit, complex rules and an increased focus on compliance. Join us at this briefing when we will provide some insight into the key considerations that every UK employer of overseas nationals ought to be aware of in order to be able to proactively manage these issues and protect your business. We will provide you with an overview of the latest rules and policy, some top tips based on our current experience in the industry and the opportunity to ask questions.
Separately, one of our employment partners will be taking a practical look at some of the hot topics, changes and significant new developments in employment law. Employment status and the gig economy continue to be key topics, with further court rulings expected and the Government currently conducting a comprehensive public consultation as part of its response to the Taylor Review of modern working practices. New rules on the taxation of termination payments take effect on 6 April, while a major revamp of the legal regime for data protection is due to come into force in May.
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