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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    the Points Based System Explanation of Tier 1 Closure of the Post Study Work route what are your options The Tier 2 route including certificates of sponsorship the resident labour market test skill level salary English language and maintenance Period of stay extension and change to circumstances What to do if an employee s legal status changes during employment Which routes categories are included within the limit Is our company responsible for facilitating visas for an employee s family members Natasha Catterson Senior Manager Fragomen 1115 Coffee Break 1135 Case Study DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE RIGHT TO WORK CHECKS ACROSS A PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANISATION The context for overseas recruitment The business case and skills shortages Reacting responding to Home Office changes Developing a watertight recruitment processes Checking a candidates Right to Work Status Checking a R2W Status of an existing employee Ensuring compliance throughout the recruitment process Communicating effectively with non EU candidates Dean Shoesmith Head of HR London Boroughs of Sutton Merton 1220 KEY IMMIGRATION CONSIDERATIONS RIGHT TO WORK AND IMMIGRATION ROUTES OUTSIDE OF TIERS 1 AND 2 The cost of getting it wrong civil criminal charges your organisation could face Preventing Illegal Working what you should know about the government Code of Practice Document verification checks on legal status for employees Preventing Illegal Working interns temporary self employed and contract staff Employing workers with Tier 4 and other student visas and Tier 5 options Non PBS workers UK Ancestry Sole Representatives EU nationals family members Croatia rules Business visitors work training permitted paid engagements what they can and can t do Tom Brett Young Associate ASG Immigration 1310 Lunch 1410 Interactive Q A Session BEST PRACTICE BUSINESS IMMIGRATION OVERCOMING THE PITFALLS IN YOUR INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT POLICY This interactive panel discussion will give delegates the chance to bring their policy questions

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=253&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 Birmingham October Date Thursday 16 October 2014 Venue Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham B1 1BT CLICK HERE FOR FULL PROGRAMME PDF Can your team recognise a fraudulent document Are you risking a civil penalty Do you carry out effective Right to Work checks Do your non UK employees have legitimate and genuine documentation Does your policy comply with Home Office regulations Organisations which fail to effectively check a non UK employee s documentation face a 20 000 fine Your organisation is responsible for checking identity documents for all your non UK employees That s quite a challenge given the sheer volume and complexity of authenticating often unfamiliar documents For the last five years BFI has been running this practical and interactive workshop throughout the UK Hear from top immigration and document verification specialists and ensure that your policies and procedures protect your organisation Workshop Highlights Prevent illegal working legal clarification of your responsibilities Avoiding costly discrimination litigation Is your policy legally compliant How to verify a

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=250&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 Birmingham October Date Thursday 16 October 2014 Venue Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham B1 1BT CLICK HERE FOR FULL PROGRAMME PDF Workshop Agenda 0900 Coffee Registration 0930 Introduction to the day and identification and clarification of objectives 1000 ESSENTIAL LEGAL ISSUES TO CONSIDER FROM AN IMMIGRATION PERSPECTIVE What are the consequences of getting documentation verification wrong Understanding your obligations to prevent illegal working what documents do you need to see and retain A summary of the different work routes available to non EEA nationals Some tricky areas including students right to work agency workers contractors and what to do if you discover an employee does not have the right to work Working within the law avoiding contravention of discrimination legislation Record keeping obligations for sponsors Issues around recording and storing data that you must be aware of David O Hara Principal Associate Eversheds 1100 Morning Coffee 1115 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 The 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 Paul Leadbeater Director Passport Proven 1500 Afternoon Tea 1515 CHECKING IDENTITY DOCUMENTS

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=250&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Non UK Employee Visa Workshop Employer s Guide to Immigration PBS Manchester Date Wednesday 22 October 2014 Venue Marriott Victoria Albert Hotel Manchester M3 4JQ Click Here for full programme PDF Are your non UK staff employed legally Are you up to date with Home Office changes Do your employees have the correct visa Are you risking your Employer Sponsorship Licence Are you prepared for a UKBA visit Do you fully understand the Points Based System its applications As an employer you are responsible Failure to comply fully with Home Office regulations could land you with a 20 000 fine a removal of your licence to hire migrant workers and by knowingly employing an illegal worker you are risking a two year custodial sentence An unsatisfactory non UK recruitment policy also leaves you open to costly race discrimination law suits The complex legal and regulatory system often makes it very difficult for employers to ensure that their recruitment and employment policies are fully compliant with the law BFI s Non UK Employee Visa Workshop The Employer s Guide to Immigration Points Based System brings together top legal immigration and practitioner experts This practical and intensive workshop will explore Home Office regulations the Points Based System and non PBS routes in depth so you come away with a full understanding of the requirements on you as an employer of non UK nationals This is a unique opportunity for delegates to bring along their policies for evaluation and feedback with industry peers and immigration experts Have all your legal policy questions answered with many Q A sessions built into the agenda you can ensure your policies are watertight Highlights include Vital Home

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=257&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    2014 Venue Marriott Victoria Albert Hotel Manchester M3 4JQ Click Here for Full Programme PDF 0915 Registration Coffee 0945 AIMS OBJECTIVES OF THE DAY Ian Westwood Director The Westwood Organisation 1005 UPDATE ON HOME OFFICE REQUIREMENTS WHAT MUST YOUR ORGANISATION BE AWARE OF Summary of immigration routes for staff coming into the UK Explanation of Tier 1 Closure of the Post Study Work route what are your options What are the rules for business visitors The Tier 2 route including certificates of sponsorship the resident labour market test skill level salary English language and maintenance Period of stay extension and change to circumstances Sponsor duties including preventing illegal working record keeping and reporting Suspension downgrade and revocation of licence TUPE and Acquisition managing right to work permissions and ensuring contracts are correct London Workshop Emma Stevens Associate Eversheds Manchester Workshop David O Hara Principal Associate Eversheds 1130 Coffee Break 1145 IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE PART I PREPARING FOR A UKBA AUDIT ESSENTIAL DOCUMENT CHECKLIST What documents are necessary to prove compliance What information is needed from applicants Effectively maintaining records and documents Successfully monitoring migrant employees Document verification best practice improving your team s knowledge of counterfeits What exactly takes place in

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=257&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : 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 Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Non

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=257&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 Effectively Negotiating with Trade Unions Interactive Workshop Manchester October Date Thursday 23 October 2014 Venue Marriott Victoria Albert Hotel Manchester M3 4JQ Click Here for full programme PDF It is essential more than ever that employers have an effective working relationship with their trade unions However sometimes opposing views rigid legal processes and limited timescales mean agreements between organisations and unions can be hard to reach Ensuring your organisation is able to effectively carry out constructive and ultimately successful negotiations with your Trade Union is vital BFI s Effectively Negotiating with Trade Unions Interactive Workshop is a practical hands on training day which will enable delegates to test out negotiation strategy improve legal awareness gain insight into the processes behind negotiation become better equipped to deal with strongly held views and achieve favourable negotiation outcomes and ultimately better relations with your Trade Union Highlights Real life case studies Negotiation skills exercise Feedback from top negotiation experts What legal issues must you be aware of during a negotiation Dealing with attitudes behaviour perceptions Breaking

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=256&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    23 October 2014 Venue Marriott Victoria Albert Hotel Manchester M3 4JQ Click Here for full programme PDF 0900 Registration Coffee 0930 AIMS OBJECTIVES OF THE DAY Peter Cooke Consultant Michael Simkins 0945 THE ACAS VIEW APPROACHES TO NEGOTIATION Understanding expectations the difference between communication consultation negotiation How can union policies processes impact your negotiation local vs national policies dealing with different levels of union representation Why do talks break down Encouraging and communicating directness transparency failure to share information use of specific terms How to approach negotiations attitudes pre conceptions building better relationships with trade unions prior to negotiation consultation 15 minute interactive Q A with Acas Brian Sykes Senior Conciliator ACAS 1045 Coffee Break 1100 WHAT LEGAL ISSUES AFFECT A NEGOTIATION The difference between recognition collective and national agreements The legal framework how a collective agreement works ie Incorporation the formalities required to make a collective agreement How collective bargaining works in practice Dealing with disputes internal and external dispute resolution Are your employees and representatives prepared for negotiation what legal contextual awareness should be in place Recent case law what lessons can be learnt 15 minute interactive legal Q A Mary Clarke Partner DLA Piper tbc 1215 Lunch 1315 MASTERCLASS I PRINCIPLES OF NEGOTIATION Perceptions TU strengths weaknesses Strategic planning Core Business Objectives Identifying the actual issue from the noise How to prepare for a negotiation using principles 15 questions their multiple uses including o Dealing with confrontation o Moving away from point scoring to constructive dialogue and building shared outcomes o Supporting representatives facing issues with members o Effectively managing media communications issues Strategy Implementation How do you use models to aid negotiation o A detailed insight How does the negotiation process work o How can this be practically applied in the workplace o Option based negotiation

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