From an HR perspective, the end of the Brexit transition period means getting to grips with the new immigration rules (which apply to job applicants from all countries, including those within Europe) and understanding the impact of Brexit on existing employment law. The immigration regime in particular has an immediate and far-reaching impact for HR.
In XpertHR’s 60-minute webinar, which aired on Wednesday 27 January 2021, Huw Cooke, senior associate at Burges Salmon, explains:
- how to ensure compliance with the new immigration rules;
- what other employment issues might arise out of Brexit (such as how business travellers will be affected, worker mobility and w–orking from home overseas); and
- the impact of Brexit on existing employment law derived from the EU, as well as how future EU employment directives and case law may affect UK law.
The webinar includes a Q&A session from the live event.
Huw Cooke is a senior associate in the employment team at Burges Salmon. Huw regularly advises clients across a range of sectors – including technology, manufacturing insurance and recruitment – on the drafting and enforcement of post-termination restrictions (including the issue of High Court proceedings). Huw also provides strategic and operational employment and business immigration advice including advice on restructuring and outsourcing, employment policies and contracts, managing tribunal cases, dealing with day-to-day issues and delivering training.