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Remote working overseas and right to work check changes webinar: What you need to know
Employment law webinar
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This employment law webinar provides guidance on practical, financial and legal issues to consider for UK-based organisations with employees working remotely overseas.
We are delighted to partner with Clear Currency, who are experts in foreign exchange payments.
In the hour-long session, employment law specialist speaker Sarah Wimsett, covers:
- Employment rights of individuals working overseas
- Key considerations in employment contracts, including place of work, restrictive covenants and travel requirements
- Data protection implications
- Practical implications for your business of having employees overseas, such as employees’ benefits, expenses and insurances
- International right to work considerations
- Why businesses may choose to allow overseas working
- An update on right to work checks in England and Wales following changes in April 2022, including extended COVID-19 rules and the changes in regards of biometric residence cards and digital identification verification.
Guest speaker Naomi Feltham, Senior Partnerships Manager at Clear Currency, covers:
- How organisations can best manage the payroll process if employees are working overseas including:
- How an individual is paid
- Where an individual is paid
- What discussions businesses and individuals should be having
- Clear Currency’s own experience of having employees and consultants working overseas
- Key take aways for consultants and employees considering working or providing services overseas
- COVID-19 implications on overseas working
Who should watch?
The webinar will be of value to UK-based organisations who manage employees working overseas.
View on-demand – how to watch
Play the video below to watch the full recording of the webinar.
Sarah Wimsett, Associate – Employment, Brachers LLP
Sarah provides employment law advice to a wide variety of clients including specialist sectors such as manufacturing, education, agriculture, financial services and healthcare.
Sarah joined Brachers as a trainee in 2014 and qualified into the Employment team in 2016.
She has a particular interest in employment tribunal work and it forms a regular part of her workload.
Sarah is named in the Chambers UK 2022 legal directory as an ‘associate to watch’ in the area of employment law.
Naomi Feltham, Senior Partnerships Manager, Clear Currency
Naomi looks after the Partnerships Desk at Clear Currency and focuses on helping businesses and individuals from all over the world with their foreign exchange transfers.
Naomi has over six years’ experience within the foreign exchange industry and is able to give each client the trust and advice they need when making international payments.
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