Chapter 1 - The EU Settlement Scheme, Frontier Worker permits and Right to Work checks
Jonathan gives an overview of the EU Settlement Scheme, due to close for applications on 30 June.
He explains who is eligible, focuses on the upcoming deadline for applications, the application process and what it means for your business if eligible employees do not apply.
He also explains the new Frontier Worker permit require by EEA nationals who live in the EU but work in the UK e.g. cross border EEA workers.
Finally Jonathan explains your responsibilities as an employer to conduct Right to Work checks from 1 July 2021.
Chapter 2 - Post EU Exit Immigration System
Jonathan explains the new immigration system that was introduced in January 2021.
He gives and overview of the key changes including visa options available to employers.
He explains the detail of the new Skilled Worker visa and details the cost implications and regulatory burden on employers.
Chapter 3 - Considerations when sending your workers to the EU
Jonathan discusses the considerations businesses need to be aware of when sending their UK workers to the EU to work.
He examines the restrictions for short term business travellers and contractual service providers who send UK workers to the EU including visa requirements and mutual recognition of qualifications.
He wraps up by providing a list of key actions for business when considering their current and future EEA workforce.
Chapter 4 - Questions and Answers
Jonathan answers questions from the audience.
EU Exit | EU Settlement Scheme and Immigration Advice
On the 30 June 2021 the EU Settlement Scheme will close for applications from EEA workers living in the UK.
In this webinar, Jonathan Simpson from employment law specialists A&L Goodbody provides guidance on the EU Settlement Scheme, the implications of this deadline for businesses employing EEA workers, and what you must do to ensure you can to continue legally employing workers with the right to work in the UK.
He reviews the new points based immigration system and explains the key considerations for your business when sending your Northern Ireland employees to work in the EU.