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Plunge in number of EU citizens seeking work in Britain

Plunge in number of EU citizens seeking work in Britain

Research by job site Indeed.com has revealed that the number of Europeans seeking work in the UK has fallen substantially this year as uncertainty over the result of Brexit negotiations looms large.

Dyson: Engineering graduates must be allowed to stay in UK

Robots and AI 'pose risk to ten million UK jobs'

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Dr Sally Basker appointed as CEO of Exeter Science Park

Dr Sally Basker appointed as CEO of Exeter Science Park

Dr Sally Basker, a qualified engineer with 15 year’s senior level research and innovation experience, has been appointed the CEO of Exeter Science Park in its drive to become a world-leading STEM site.

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The new Apprenticeship Levy: Are businesses prepared?

The new Apprenticeship Levy: Are businesses prepared?

The new Apprenticeship Levy, coming into force in April, aims to fund 3 million additional apprenticeships over the next five years, but is it the answer to the skills shortage and are businesses ready?

Immigration News

Shanghai – major changes in work permit process

Shanghai – major changes in work permit process

China’s new nation-wide standardized work permit system is slated for implementation across the country on April 1 2017. Shanghai has perhaps the most sophisticated immigration and work authorization process in China.
Pro-Link GLOBAL Immigration Dispatch: Greece, Hungary, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom

Pro-Link GLOBAL Immigration Dispatch: Greece, Hungary, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom

Discover key changes to immigration regulations in Greece, Hungary, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom.
Oxford University: Staff planning to leave because of Brexit

Oxford University: Staff planning to leave because of Brexit

Oxford University appeals to MPs to guarantee EU citizens in Britain the right to remain when the UK triggers article 50 later this month. One fifth of the University's academics are from other EU nations.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

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Mid-life pension MOTs on road to longer working lives

Former CBI Director-General John Cridland has published his review into the State Pension Age (SPA). It recommends raising the SPA, options for people unable to work in later life and mid-career pensions planning advice.

David Sapsted Reports

Plunge in number of EU citizens seeking work in Britain

Plunge in number of EU citizens seeking work in Britain

Research by job site Indeed.com has revealed that the number of Europeans seeking work in the UK has fallen substantially this year as uncertainty over the result of Brexit negotiations looms large.
Dyson: Engineering graduates must be allowed to stay in UK

Dyson: Engineering graduates must be allowed to stay in UK

British Inventor, Sir James Dyson, said the UK should allow bright international STEM students to remain here after their studies, instead of forcing them to return home if they can’t secure work quickly.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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