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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    and requirements 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

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=283&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Employee Vetting and Screening Interactive Workshop London September EVENT SOLD OUT Please click on link for more details Date Thursday 24 September 2015 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for the full PDF brochure Agenda 0900 Coffee Registration 0930 Welcome Workshop Objectives Introductions 1000 THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK Using social media for recruitment ensuring your HR system policies comply with legislation Hiring practices avoiding legal pitfalls in your recruitment selection process employment other legislation relating to recruitment e g diversity The employment law practices Code of Practice as it relates to vetting other pertinent data protection matters Immigration legislation so far as it relates to right to work and around documents required to prove same and obtaining the Statutory Excuse Advice on what can and cannot be asked at the recruitment stage Mark Hammerton Partner Clyde Co LLP 1100 Refreshments Remaining sessions to be led by Paul Leadbeater and Lou Handley of Handley Leadbeater 1115 SETTING OUT THE BUSINESS RISK THE INSIDER THREAT IDENTITY ISSUES SAFETY ISSUES ETC AND THE BENEFITS THAT THOROUGH VETTING CAN BRING Recruitment Selection Vetting Policy Getting board level support Essential

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=291&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 Employee Vetting and Screening

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=291&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    training courses are extremely cost effective and the course content will address your organisation s specific needs challenges and requirements 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

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=298&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    business Casual workers what are the risks to your employment status Recent cases e g Autoclenz Stringfellows Barry Stanton Partner Boyes Turner LLP 1100 Coffee Break 1115 SUCCESSFULLY MANAGING A CONTINGENT WORKFORCE MODEL LEVERAGING TOWARDS MORE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY Understanding the role of contingent workers how much of a percentage of the blended workforce is temporary contracted Planning ahead for temporary workers not just a reaction to urgent and unforeseen business needs Partnering with agencies who understand your culture and business goals Ensuring compliance and effective measures are put into place How to make the transition from reactive to proactive models Andy Welch Global Programme Manager Thales Group 1200 SPEED SESSION IS YOUR MOBILE CONTENT LETTING YOU DOWN NEW IDEAS INNOVATION AND INSPIRATION Your candidates first impression of your business is based almost exclusively on your careers website Is it keeping up with your new initiatives across multi channels from online to mobile Re designing your website isn t a task to take lightly It requires a good deal of thought time and potentially money but the upside can be enormous Share your ideas about best website s you ve seen and key ways to get internal commitment to innovate and change Mike Reynolds Senior Mobile Executive IAB 1230 UK IMMIGRATION ENSURING YOUR TEMPORARY NON PERMANENT MIGRANT WORKFORCE HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK FOR YOU Prevention of illegal working obligations and right to work checks Immigration options for temporary non permanent migrant workers Natasha Chell Partner Laura Devine Solicitors 1315 Lunch 1415 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 different types of workers and when In what circumstances must non permanent workers be awarded a permanent contract

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=293&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    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 5th Biannual Temporary Contract Workforce Conference London September Date Wednesday 30

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=293&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for the full PDF brochure Workshop Agenda 0900 Registration Coffee 0930 AIMS OBJECTIVES OF THE DAY Tom Kerr Williams Partner DLA Piper 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 Simon Long Senior Advisor 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 Tom Kerr Williams Partner DLA Piper 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

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=295&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    TIER 4 SPONSORS Key changes in regulations and what these mean for sponsors and stakeholders Applying for or renewing a Tier 4 sponsor licence The factors and obligations around highly trusted sponsor status Sponsor duties and recruitment duties CAS requests and annual requirements Home office offences and civil penalties Fees and premium customer services what this means in reality Illegal entrants and immigration offences Nerys Ireland Associate Solicitor Eversheds 1115 Delegate Q A 1130 Coffee Break 1200 CASE STUDY HOW TO MANAGE A SUSPENSION OR REVOKING OF YOUR TIER 4 LICENSE How the UKVI works the process of suspension and full revoking of licenses Understanding where you went wrong Working with key individuals externally and internally to quickly rectify the reasons for suspension Planning ahead to manage risks and assess potential fraudulent or risky applications before awarding CAS When to get legal support and how to manage the appeal process Ian Westwood Owner TWO Limited 1245 Lunch 1345 MANAGING THE MATRIX ACCREDITATION PROCESS LESSONS FROM THE JOURNEY TOWARDS APPROVAL What is the matrix standard and how this will fit into your existing quality criteria and delivery Leadership and management understanding the key elements to change to develop an effective service From start to finish building the right team and problem solving along the way Implications for resources staff location and technology investment required Managing and planning for continuous service development The implications for international students welfare advice and guidance and visa applications Euan Fergusson Head of International Student Advisory Service University of Edinburgh 1415 FRAUD AND DIGITAL DOCUMENTATION CONDUCTING APPROPRIATE CHECKS ACROSS THE APPLICATION JOURNEY The definition of fraud from false documentation plagarisism to previous qualifications The red flags to look out for with education and financial and ID documents Fonts text layout symmetry seals logos and signatures Biometrics and

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=290&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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