Global Business Mobility: A Game Changer For Your Growth in Northern IrelandPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 4 July 2022 Issues covered: Global Business Mobility; Visa Routes
As part of his Autumn Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced plans for three new visa routes, designed to attract the best and brightest talent to the UK. In this article, we explore the new Global Business Mobility visa route, which opened for business on 11 April 2022. Forward thinking businesses should utilise this global recruitment tool to separate themselves from the pack in the ever-present war for talent.
In spite of Brexit and uncertainty around the Northern Ireland protocol, it is clear that multinationals continue to view establishment in the UK, and Northern Ireland in particular, as an attractive proposition. For those looking to launch or grow their presence in
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This article is correct at 04/07/2022
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