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Global Mobility Policies

We have worked with some of the world's leading companies for nearly thirty years - we deliver policy.

"Outstanding" - Legal 500

Multi national companies increasingly adopt cross-jurisdictional mobility policies. We help employers put in place best-in-class policies for the international movement of their key personnel.

Globalisation makes the business world increasingly diminish in size. At the same time, local governments and supra-national bodies make the regulatory and compliance environment more rigorous and compartmentalised.

We help employers develop, draft and implement global mobility policies that enable successful assignments on the ground wherever they occur in the world.

We work with Human Resource and International Mobility departments to understand international migration issues and to put in place policies that serve the needs of their business and meet the expectations of their workforce.

Issues include:

• Understanding Immigration Laws
• Developing Compliance Policies
• Costing Assignments
• Policy for Family Members
• Supra-National Regulations and Directives

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COVID-19 – Employer Q&As

Q             What is the purpose of the Scheme? The purpose of the Scheme is to provide for payments to be made to employers in respect of employees who have been furloughed because of circumstances arising as a result of coronavirus. Q             Who is the Scheme open to? The Scheme is open to all employers that…

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Immigration Bill Passes Commons Vote

The Immigration and Social Security Co-Ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill passed its Second Reading in the House of Commons on Monday 18th May 2020. The House approved the general principles of the law by 351 to 252. The legislation will now go on to receive further scrutiny in both Houses. A further step towards a new…

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Legislating To End Free Movement

The government introduced the Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill 2020  in the House of Commons on 5 March 2020. It had its second reading in the House on 18 May 2020. Previous legislation to end free movement fell away when Parliament was prorogued ahead of the December General Election On introducing the…

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