From 1 January 2021, recruitment is changing for UK companies.
The introduction of Brexit means new conditions for companies and employees.
The new system puts an end to free movement and brings new requirements in terms of employment, salary, language and hiring. Employers will be compulsory to register to become an approved sponsor. They have until the end of the year to complete the process before any hiring outside the UK.
How to become a sponsor?
First, you need to:
– Verify that the people you hire meet the conditions for working in the United Kingdom
– Verify the eligibility of his company
To register, you will need:
Sponsorship allows you to recruit skilled workers from around the world for 4 years.
If you want to transfer a worker from part of your business overseas to work for you in the
UK, he or she can apply for an intra-company transfer. Applicants will need to be existing
workers who are performing functions that meet the skill and salary thresholds.
They will need to:
Authorization for employees transferred to the United Kingdom on the intra-company transfer route is temporary. Workers may be posted to the United Kingdom on several occasions, but they may not remain in the United Kingdom for more than five years out of a six-year period.
Future workers from the United Kingdom will have to meet certain requirements before they can apply:
If the salary of the job is less than this amount – but not less than £20,480 – the applicant can still apply by trading points on specific characteristics for his or her salary. (Ex: occupation in shortage or a PhD in the field).
If the above conditions are met, the application can be sponsored by your employer and you can start working in the UK.
– For Irish citizens
– For employees with a non-sponsored visa (Global Talent)
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