Meeting New HR Challenges: New Recruitment Workshop Announced!

The new Government’s annual cap on non-EU economic migrants, rising recruitment costs and decreasing budgets…The next 12 months will prove a challenging time for HR professionals.

To help meet these challenges, jobs.ac.uk is pleased to announce the date for a new recruitment workshop which is taking place on Thursday 30th September 2010 at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

With increasing pressure on HR to recruit new international staff successfully within the law and to deliver more for less with recruitment budgets, the key focus of this new workshop will be to explore the new HR challenges affecting the sector.

Subjects covered on the day include:

  • An overview of the possible changes to Tier 1 and Tier 2 of the points-based immigration system and their implications for recruiting international academic and research staff
  • The latest position on the Agency Workers Directive and rising VAT costs and what this means for HR
  • The potential benefits and drawbacks of managing your temporary staffing in-house and how your own student body can provide a useful recruitment resource
  • Best practice in e-Recruitment & how e-Recruitment technology can reduce costs and improve efficiency

We’ve got fantastic speakers from UK Border Agency, Eversheds, Universities UK, Unitemps and award-winning e-Recruitment provider, WCN, who will share their insights, expertise and provide solutions to the challenges affecting the sector.

The event will also once again be a fantastic opportunity to network and mingle with your peers.

This new jobs.ac.uk workshop promises to be a fascinating and educational event so click here for more information about the event or download the booking form now to register your place.

Save money by booking early! Early bird bookings will also receive a discount too so book today to avoid disappointment.

If you would like more information about this event or have any queries, please contact Carl Freelove on +44 (0)24 7615 0083 or email carl@jobs.ac.uk.

Hope to see you there!

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