Webinar Recording: Working and recruiting from anywhere: Immigration, Tax and Global MobilityPrint publication
Walker Morris Employment experts recently held a webinar alongside tax specialists from BDO, Working and recruiting from anywhere: Immigration, Tax and Global Mobility, discussing the various topics that arise when people are working and recruiting from anywhere.
Whether that be:
- Filling the skills gap (due to lack of the right skills in the UK)
- Retaining the best people (people wanting to work flexibly)
- Attracting the top talent (for those key roles)
You can now rewatch our webinar: Working and recruiting from anywhere: Immigration, Tax and Global Mobility, below.
The world of work and the way in which employees are recruited has changed significantly, from the introduction of new regulations through to changes in employee behaviour and needs, the last 12 months has seen the landscape shift immensely.
Hybrid and remote working opened up new ways to work and new recruitment channels, providing opportunities and access to new talent pools, while changes in regulations have opened up opportunities for immigration and overseas recruitment, with the focus on filling the UK skills gaps.
For further information on employment and recruiting, please do not hesitate to contact one of our expert speakers.
- Andrew Rayment, Partner, Employment, Walker Morris
- Shabana Muneer, Director, Employment, Walker Morris
- Ben Tarry, Partner, BDO
- Laura Burton, Chartered Tax Advisor and a Director, BDO
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