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Recruiting Low Skilled Workers Post-Brexit

Not a day goes by without reference to low skilled immigration in the news, and in LexisNexis UK webinar specialists Hamza Malik and Bhavneeta Limbachia of the Clarkslegal immigration team provide a birds eye view of the law as regards low-skilled immigration, covering recent developments, and looking forward to possible changes on the horizon post-Brexit.

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Listen to podcast: https://www.lexiswebinars.co.uk/__data/assets/audio_file/0008/727955/Recruiting-Low-Skilled-Workers-Post-Brexit-2019-Podcast.mp3

Watch full video webinar (need to subscribe or purchase): https://www.lexiswebinars.co.uk/legal/brexit/low-skilled-workers-2019

View slides: https://www.lexiswebinars.co.uk/legal/brexit/low-skilled-workers-2019/supporting-materials/Recruiting-Low-Skilled-Workers-Post-Brexit-2019-2-slides-per-page.pdf

 

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