Future immigration policy for both EU and non-EU citizens

Future immigration policy for both EU and non-EU citizens

The government’s white paper on a future post-Brexit immigration policy looks set to have a dramatic impact on employers, especially low-skilled ones if they are implemented.

  • What would the impact of a 30k minimum salary threshold be on your organisation? 
  • How can the government mitigate the cost and administrative burden of a future post-Brexit immigration policy? 
  • How are you going to respond if you are unable to recruit non-UK nationals in the same numbers as before? 
  • How have you been responding to the fall in EU net migration since the Leave vote so far?

These are just some of the questions the CIPD would like to get your feedback on to help inform its response to the current consultation paper on the UK’s future immigration policy for both EU and non-EU citizens.

Our Public Policy Panel session will also seek to share ideas and best practice to help you develop a response to the ending of free movement of labour for EU citizens in the UK from January 2021.

This round table discussion session is aimed at immigration specialists, senior HR professionals and HR Managers. Bring your views, your questions and your concerns to share.

CIPD Public Policy | Immigration White Paper Response

Date & Time
Monday, 12 August 2019
17:45 to 20:00 (BST)

Location
Ziferblat Edge Street
23 Edge Street
M4 1HW Manchester

This session will take place under the Chatham House Rule.

Through its independent research and insights, the CIPD influences policy and practice to ensure that work benefits everyone – making the CIPD a trusted adviser to individuals, employers, media and policy makers.