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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague 2nd Temporary Contract Workforce Conference Essential Legal Strategy Update Date Wednesday 29 January 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Do you employ agency workers Use zero hours contracts Interim managers Self employed Fixed term contractors Non EU temporary workers In order to remain competitive many organisations must utilise this range of workers however the raft of legislation surrounding the non permanent workforce is extensive and increasingly complex With threats of tribunals industrial action reputational damage and loss of productivity at stake there has never been a more pressing time to ensure that your HR team can deal with both the legal and strategic implications of a non permanent workforce Click here to download and view the conference brochure BFI s 2nd Temporary Contract Workforce Conference will ensure that you and your staff are familiar with Key status differences and their legal implications employees workers self employed zero hours fixed term contracts What rights apply to members of the non permanent workforce Agency Workers Directive updates cases discrimination claims Highlights also include Real life case

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=224&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Turner LLP 0910 Keynote Address NON PERMANENT WORKERS THE CURRENT LANDSCAPE Ben Farber Senior Policy Advisor REC 0945 Case Study NAVIGATING THE AGENCY MINEFIELD IN A PERIOD OF ORGANISATIONAL DOWNSIZING Assessing where to make cutbacks Developing an in house solution Reducing agency costs The risks benefits of utilising a non permanent workforce Sue Wait HR Business Partner Birmingham City Council 1030 Coffee Break 1045 UNDERSTANDING KEY STATUS DIFFERENCES AND LEGAL IMPLICATIONS TO YOUR ORGANISATION Employee Worker Self employed Zero hours Fixed term contracts How do these apply in practice Workers supplied by employment agency vs employment business Casual workers what are the risks to your employment status recent cases e g Autoclenz Stringfellows Barry Stanton Partner Boyes Turner LLP 1140 Interactive Q A Session MAKING TEMPORARY HIRES COST EFFECTIVE WHILST MEETING YOUR BUSINESS OBJECTIVES How can agency costs be reduced What are the key recruitment challenges Ensuring standards are met How can organisations get the best from non permanent hires Delegates will have the opportunity to put their questions to our team of expert speakers Sue Wait HR Business Partner Birmingham City Council Barry Stanton Partner Boyes Turner LLP Debbie Dady Head of Temporary Agency Workers Metropolitan Police 1225 Lunch AFTERNOON CHAIRED BY Alison Clements Senior Associate Lewis Silkin LLP 1325 WHAT RIGHTS APPLY TO MEMBERS OF THE NON PERMANENT WORKFORCE Statutory rights pay benefits Working time regulations Family friendly rights Rights on termination Pensions auto enrolment who is responsible for enrolling the different types of workers and when In what circumstances must non permanent workers be awarded a permanent contract How can this be avoided or prevented Cost effectiveness vs reputational risk the pros and cons of offering a non permanent role instead of a permanent employment contract Fixed term contracts managing the auto enrolment process efficiently economically Alison

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=224&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague 2nd Temporary Contract Workforce Conference Essential Legal Strategy Update

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=224&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Document Verification for Non UK National Employees Workshop London February Date Wednesday 05 February 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT To view full brochure PDF click here Recent feedba ck Speaker contributions were excellent they were clearly very knowledgeable All sessions were of value especially the forged documents London Borough of Richmond To avoid substantial fines and a risk to your organisation s reputation it s your responsibility to have a legal and compliant policy in place and for checking the identity documents for all non UK employees that s passports driving licences visas and work permits Understand the raft of new complex immigration laws from the Home Office How to verify a non UK candidate s immigration status Checking and verifying identity documentation from outside the UK Policy and procedure to ensure your organisation is working within the law Essential legal considerations update and best practice Understanding what to look for when

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=241&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    0930 Introduction to the day and identification and clarification of objectives 1000 ESSENTIAL LEGAL ISSUES TO CONSIDER Working within the law avoiding contravention of the Discrimination Act Issues around recording and protecting data that you must be aware of Understanding your obligations under the Law for Employers on Preventing Illegal Working 2008 avoiding fines and prison terms Changes to immigration law and how your organisation is affected The role of the UK Border Immigration Agency What services are available to employers and how do you maximize your relationship with the UKBA What foreign clearance issues does your organisation need to be aware of What is the employer s role in the workers registration schedule TUPE what are the implications Integrating identification verification into your vetting and screening processes Changes to the PBS Information directly from the UKBA Responsibility of the employee regarding reporting and checks Examples of where one law trumps another e g in Osborn Clark ET case discrimination law over immigration law Peter Cooke Employment Lawyer Consultant Michael Simkins LLP 1100 Morning Coffee POLICY PROCEDURE TO ENSURE YOU ARE WORKING WITHIN THE LAW Who can work in the UK Strategies for checking the right to work European nationals Non European nationals Complying with Home Office regulations PBS What to look for Checking documents Statutory excuse and follow up Potentially discriminatory practice e g auto regretting candidates Conclusions Ian Westwood Director Westwood Organisation 1315 Lunch 1415 CHECKING IDENTITY DOCUMENTS Attributed identity versus biographical identity Biometric identity what should you know Do you know what to look for Common scams to be aware of What to do when you spot an irregularity Passports Photo ID and driving licenses Birth certificates Supporting documents Stamps Visas Cross referencing with other data Right to work what are the criteria How to proceed if

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=241&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Just 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 Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=241&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Email a colleague 3rd Annual International Student Recruitment Conference Date Wednesday 12 February 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT With news that the UK could attract an extra 126 000 international students there has never been a more pressing time to ensure that you are maximising your international student recruitment Competition between top English speaking countries for students is fierce and the pressure is on universities and colleges to secure numbers Successful institutions must ensure their recruitment strategies target emerging markets get the most out of existing regional relationships exploit social media effectively teach and recruit directly overseas This cutting edge event now in its third year brings together leading higher education practitioners and industry specialists Hear from British Council University of Nottingham London South Bank University University of East London University of Sheffield University of the West of England College of Animal Welfare UCAS Highlights include Real life case studies from top universities colleges Global Hotspots What new markets are opening up Maximising your relationship with recruitment agents Developing an effective marketing strategy MOOC s online courses and teaching in country Exploiting social media Regional Market

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=223&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT 0830 Coffee Registration 0900 CHAIR S WELCOME Stuart Bannerman Director of UCS International University Campus Suffolk 0915 OPENING ADDRESS WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT 2014 What are the current market trends What can we expect from the future globally mobile students How can UK institutions benefit from British Council services Oliver Philips Senior Account Manager British Council 1000 Case Study DEVELOPING A ROBUST EFFECTIVE MARKETING STRATEGY Key elements of a marketing campaign Making the recruitment experience student friendly Managing your budget effectively What partnerships should be in place Emma Leech Director of Marketing Communications and Recruitment University of Nottingham 1045 Coffee Break 1100 COST EFFECTIVE RECRUITMENT STRATEGIC AGENT RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Making your agents a part of your organisation Motivation student conversion How can performance be improved Reward What must be included in your approach Barbara Lung International Manager UK University of the West of England 1145 Case Study DISTANCE LEARNING MOOC S OTHER PRODUCTS WHAT CAN YOUR ORGANISATION OFFER ABROAD Online studies What do the statistics say How are courses regulated and accredited Running a successful MOOC Dr Katie Powell Course Leader School of Health Related Research University of Sheffield Luke Miller Learning Technologist School of Health Related Research University of Sheffield 1215 Lunch 1315 Interactive Q A Session GLOBAL HOTSPOTS WHAT MARKETS CAN THE SECTOR EXPAND INTO This session gives attendees the opportunity to put their questions to our team of expert speakers a chance to share experiences build knowledge Barbara Lung International Manager UK University of the West of England Stuart Bannerman Director of UCS International University Campus Suffolk Tere Daly Deputy Director Marketing and Student Recruitment London South Bank University 1345 Case Study PRACTICALITIES OF BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL EUROPEAN STUDENT RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGN Measuring meeting the internal market

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=223&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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