What do employers need to know about hiring Ukrainian refugees?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 7 April 2022 Issues covered: Ukrainian Crisis; Local Sponsorships Scheme
Rolanda: But yeah, so sorry, we dropped that picketing Code of Practice just and link to that in the chat there if you're interested in reading that. Okay, just move on to our final topic, a few minutes still to go. And obviously, the government has made it easier some would say for Ukrainian refugees to come and work in the UK including Northern Ireland. So what's the sort of legal position, Seamus, if you did want to? I think there was a number of people there who working to employ some Ukrainian refugees. We are going through a bit of a skill shortage so it's perfect timing in a way.
Seamus: Yeah. There is I mean, so if you go on to . . . and I actually see when I checked during the week
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