Right to Work
One of the four freedoms enjoyed by EU citizens is the free movement of labour. This includes the rights of movement and residence for workers, the rights of entry and residence for family members and the right to work in another Member State, and be treated on an equal footing with nationals of that Member State.
The landscape of work has changed dramatically in recent times. In this module, we will explore what this means for both employers and employees in a post-Brexit United Kingdom and how COVID-19 has thrown a spanner in the works
- We will learn how employers can check their employees’ right to work in the UK and what can happen if they fail to do so.
- we will learn about the measures that have been put in place to support employers in continuing to check their employees’ right to work.
- We will look at the implications of hiring an employee who does not possess the right to work in the UK and what the new regulations mean for those travelling within the EU for work.
- the final topic of the module where you will be tested on what we’ve covered throughout.
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