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21 March 2019 | Webinars | Article by Eleanor Bamber

Webinar: Immigration Replay

With the renewed focus on immigration prompted by the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit, many of our clients have been seeking views not just about what might happen after 29 March 2019, but also clarification on the current state of immigration law in the UK.

To address these queries, Senior Associate, Eleanor Bamber and Associate, Rhiannon Dale recently hosted a webinar, covering “all things immigration”. The webinar addressed:

  • Right to work checks (how to do them properly to help prevent facing a hefty civil penalty whilst avoiding Tribunal claims in the process)
  • Sponsor licence holder obligations (overview of the current regime for non-EEA workers)
  • Brexit and your EU workers (how your EU workers may be able to remain in the UK post Brexit, and some ideas for retaining and supporting during this period of uncertainty).

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.

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Author bio

Eleanor Bamber

Senior Associate

Throughout her career as an employment law specialist, Eleanor has regularly advised private clients and numerous public sector bodies on a wide range of issues, including conducting large scale redundancies and reorganisations and dealing with the implications of TUPE.

Eleanor also has significant experience in defending multiple equal pay cases in the public sector as well as successfully defending numerous claims for discrimination and unfair dismissal brought by individual employees in the private sector. Eleanor deals with employment tribunal litigation, settlement agreements, pre-termination negotiations, disciplinary and grievance issues and performance and absence management issues.

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