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The future of the workforce-how new laws in immigration impact SMEs

From January 1st next year, free movement of labour from the EU stops and with it so does the benefit of having access to a Continent-wide pool of skilled and unskilled labour. The flow of European baristas, chefs, labourers, technicians, nurses, cleaners, bankers and carers that have become commonplace in the UK, stops. Instead, according…

How to hire international candidates to work in the UK

Yash Dubal guides you through the immigration visa maze. Not usually known for its glamour and pizazz, the immigration visa world has been the centre of attention in recent months, thanks to controversial changes. According to the Government, the UK is open for business and British employers will soon enjoy unfettered access to the global…

Changes are needed to make sure Britain’s got talent

Officials tasked with issuing the new Global Talent Visas need to be more flexible or risk the UK becoming talentless, says A Y & J Solicitors. The advice comes after it was revealed that less than half the available visas for exceptional workers were issued in 2019, leaving a potential void of talent in areas…

A Y & J Solicitors urges firms to join the talent register and beat skills shortages

A Y & J Solicitors is urging employers to register with the Home Office visa sponsor scheme, after revealing that only a small percentage of UK firms are eligible to employ skilled workers from outside the EU. The UK is facing a shortage of talent after a nine percent decline in skilled workers applying to…

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