web-archive-uk.com


Web directory, archive
Search web-archive-uk.com:


Find domain in archive system:
web-archive-uk.com » UK » B » BFI.CO.UK

Total: 384

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training BFI events are timely well researched and bang on the money as far as content goes We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors International students boost economy With a decline in applicants from overseas in 2012 13 it seems that 2014 15 is on target to produce more positive statistics It is vital that Further and Higher Educational institutions have the appropriate tools and techniques to maintain and increase their International Student intake The Guardian suggests that International Students are accountable for an astonishing 10bn out of the 17bn generated by Universities each year which proves to be a tangible statistic and a significant boost to the UK s growing economy Another shocking figure suggests that the Higher Education sector generated around 10 7 bn of UK export earnings With factors including consumer spending skilled migration and increased cultural awareness to consider it is quite clear that a steady decline in the recruitment

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=38 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive


  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    some of the in house courses that we offer Immigration Effective Trade Union Negotiations Employee Vetting Screening Document Verification Right to Work Checks Effective Employee Investigations and Non UK Employee Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training BFI events are timely well researched and bang on the money as far as content goes We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors Student visa crackdown continues Since the beginning of the year the government s student visa crackdown has affected approximately 19 000 individuals who were asked to leave the country The greatest cause of concern is the alleged language qualification fraud which sees students cheat to gain a pass mark in an English language test helping them to complete their visa application A Home Office representative stated that those affected by the crackdown demonstrated clear evidence that they cheated in a test Therefore it is vital that Universites and other education establishments are aware of the law regarding recruiting and

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=37 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Negotiations Employee Vetting Screening Document Verification Right to Work Checks Effective Employee Investigations and Non UK Employee Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training BFI events are timely well researched and bang on the money as far as content goes We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors More Britons find work According to a survey carried out by the Recruitment and Employment Federation in February 2015 the number of British citizens finding work through recruitment agencies has increased considerably over the last few months The results of the study suggest that Recruiters are reporting talent shortages across the economy as businesses expand in response to increasing demand This is a major challenge for employers However those seeking work are feeling the benefit according to Kevin Green Chief Executive at REC Also an increase in wages was reported which suggest that Britain may be about to turn a corner and move further away from the financial crisis which hit the

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=36 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive


  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors 7th Annual Online Multichannel Recruitment Conference Attracting talent across an emerging digital landscape With employment rates at their highest since 1971 it is unsurprising that online recruitment is at the forefront of the dramatic rise A staggering 65 of the UK s population use the internet on a regular basis and the majority of those believe online job boards are the most useful source when searching for vacancies Our Conference boasts presentations from BBC Worldwide The British Council PwC Dixons Carphone IAB UK REC and Tom Chatfield author commentator Advertising jobs online is now a necessity with a multitude of recruitment sites and social media channels competing against each other to provide and acquire the best candidates Traditional print and headhunting methods are quickly becoming an archaic recruitment tactic it is essential that you remain aware of advancements in the digital age The 7th Online Recruitment Conference provides the opportunity to significantly improve your recruitment strategy maximise use of social media drastically reduce costs ensure your HR policies are legally sound and enrich the experience of the

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=35 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Vetting and Screening In house Training BFI events are timely well researched and bang on the money as far as content goes We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors The UK hosts more Chinese Students than whole of EU 2014 saw an astonishing 58 810 applications from Chinese Undergraduates hoping to start their studies in the UK in comparison to the 57 190 students from EU countries not including British students Nevertheless due to the Government s plans to put a stop to bogus educational establishments posing as visa shops by cracking down on student visas international undergraduates are clearly being put off coming to the UK for their studies Applications from students in India and Pakistan have fallen by around a thousand not a shocking figure but still a significant decrease Because of the high value placed on education in China many students believe coming to the UK to attend College and University will stand them in good stead for their future careers With the culture and opportunity to learn English from native speakers it is unsurprising that the number of undergraduate Chinese

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=34 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors Have our views on immigration changed A recent study carried out by YouGov on The Sun readers has proven that the British attitude towards immigration isn t always as clear cut as the media portray it to be The findings showed that overall only around 10 of readers thought immigration had been good for the UK over the last 10 years a percentage that no one would find particularly surprising However when looking at the answers in more detail it is clear that the overall hostile attitude towards the immigration crisis in Britain is caused by the wrong types of immigrants being allowed to enter the country When asked how they felt about wealthy individuals looking to invest in Britain entering the country a staggering 66 of those surveyed did not have a problem Additionally 58 felt International Students had a positive impact on the economy 58 also agreed highly skilled workers were acceptable immigrants and finally 53 would be happy to allow health workers to enter Great Britain In terms of the wrong types of immigrants asylum seekers and refugees were

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=32 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training BFI events are timely well researched and bang on the money as far as content goes We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors Decline in International Student admissions in Scottish Universities Scottish Universities have seen a noticeable decline in overseas student applications due to harsher visa regulations making it increasingly difficult to secure a job after completing their studies With Indian student applications falling by a shocking 12 Nigerian students falling by 9 and Chinese students by 2 this comes as a to Scotland as they rely on international student admissions to subsidise their student fees Alastair Sim Director of Universities Scotland stated Scottish Universities need action from Government to improve its post study work offer We are losing out in key markets as our competitors take steps to attract more international student talent BFI are hosting an International Student Recruitment Conference on 25th February 2015 in London This event promises to provide

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=31 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • News : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training BFI events are timely well researched and bang on the money as far as content goes We attend several workshops and conferences every year and the quality of programme and speaker is excellent About BFI News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors Student Visa Crackdown Following the discourse from the Labour party supporting International Students who bring billions in investment making the transition the UK the current UK Home Secretary Theresa May has backed plans to ensure foreign students leave the UK as soon as they have finished their studies The current rules allow non UK students to stay in the country for 4 months after their studies end however if they gain a graduate job they are able to switch their student visa to a working one May believes that the current system is being abused and needs to be clattered to suit the needs of Britain A Home Office spokesperson stated Making sure immigrants leave Britain at the end of their visa is as important a part of running

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/news-detail.asp?newsid=33 (2016-04-25)
    Open archived version from archive



  •  


web-archive-uk.com, 2017-12-17