Part of Invest Northern Ireland’s EU Exit Webinar Series. The rights for European Economic Area (EEA) workers to work in the UK and UK workers to work in the European Union (EU) are changing. As an employer, you must understand the implications of these changes to your workforce and how they will affect your workforce planning. In partnership with Invest NI, Jonathan Simpson from employment law specialists A&L Goodbody will deliver an hour-long webinar, explaining the current situation for EEA workers in the UK and the actions that are required to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. He will cover changes to immigration rules from January 2021, the implications these will have on your business and what you can do to prepare. Jonathan will also take your questions. You can submit your question at registration. Agenda: o Pre-EU Exit Rights for EEA workers o EU Settlement Scheme Application o How to support your EEA workers and key actions for business o Considerations for businesses who send UK workers to the EU o Immigration system post EU Exit o Practical steps to take now to employ EEA workers in the future o Questions Host: o Anne-Marie Murphy, Invest NI Panellist: o Jonathan Simpson, Associate, A&L Goodbody Jonathan Simpson Jonathan specialises in providing employment law advice and representation and also advises extensively on immigration matters. He has a breadth of experience in advising a wide range of clients on the full spectrum of employment law issues including recruitment, contracts, policies & procedures, redundancy situations, TUPE transfers, disciplinary and dismissal and sickness absence management.
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CE Marking is mandated by European Directives. Many products are covered by these directives and, to be placed on the European market, must bear the 'CE' mark - it's a legal requirement.
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This half day intensive webinar is aimed at companies looking beyond the EU and will provide up-to-date and relevant information on global standards' requirements for product and component safety.