GUIDES TO SECURING YOUR TALENT PIPELINE
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Your Guide To Securing Your Talent Pipeline:
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‘While the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic are being felt across the world of work, it’s been widely reported that junior professionals are more likely to have been significantly affected, posing a risk to their financial prospects, career progression and wellbeing. In turn, this has impacted employers’ access to a new pipeline of talent – reducing or stopping the hiring of entry level professionals altogether may pose a threat to our working future, creating skills gaps and seniority disparities.
Our guide provides context around the ongoing impact that these events are having on professionals and organisations alike, and provides practical strategies employers can use to address the risks and ensure their talent pipeline is secured.’
Guidance On Employing International Students
Developed in partnership between Universities UK International and Fragomen LLP.
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1. Introduction, 2. Straightforward route – personal routes, 3. Sponsorship – Introduction,
4. Applying for a sponsor licence, 5. Tier 2 work visa categories,’ 6. Recruitment Scenarios,
7. Compliance - What is an acceptable right to work check?, 8. Applying for a Tier 2 visa from outside the UK, 9. Applying for a Tier 2 visa from within the UK, 10. Extending a Tier 2 visa from within the UK,
11. Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), 12. Students working in the UK 13. Brexit
'The government’s recent post-study work visa announcement guarantees those international students graduating from summer 2021 onwards the opportunity to stay and work in the UK for two years post-graduation. In the meantime, we want to remind businesses that they already have access to talented graduates from around the world – they just need to know how best to go about hiring them.'