Brexit: Planning your Workforce for the Future
With a shortage of workers in the sector, what steps should you be taking now to secure your future?
Seminar – 27 September 2018
During this seminar, organised by the CILT and hosted by Freeths, immigration law specialist Emma Brooksbank will give some practical pointers to help logistics businesses understand what they can do now, in the face of Brexit, to help their existing workforce of European nationals to gain the right to remain in the UK.
There are now some certainties about the future regime, and we can also make some reasonable predictions about what will happen in the post transition phase. This means there are practical steps that can be taken now to retain valuable workers.
The aim of this seminar will be to give operators reassurances about their recruitment options, and generally how to protect their workforce.
Emma Brooksbank, Freeths LLP
With over 10 years experience in immigration law, Emma assists businesses to ensure they have strategies in place to achieve right to work compliance and to protect against the reputational and financial impact of the civil penalty regime.
5pm – Registration/refreshments
5.30pm-6.30pm – Presentation
6.30pm-7pm – Drinks/networking
CILT Member £10; Non-member £25
Gain 2 hours CPD
Routeco Office Park
Davy Avenue, Knowlhill
Milton Keynes MK5 8HJ
Parking is available and FREE
Contact member services at the CILT on 01536 740104 or email email@example.com – quoting reference WIL0304
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