What's New in Employment Permits?Posted in : Eversheds HR Speed Brief on 23 June 2015 Issues covered:
Julie Galbraith writes on employment permits and ‘The New Trusted Partner Registration Scheme’.
In the Action Plan for Jobs 2015 published by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Minister Richard Bruton introduced measures intended to reduce administrative burdens on employers. One such initiative, the Trusted Partner Registration Scheme, has just been launched (on 12 May 2015) for employment permit application forms.
The benefits of becoming a “Trusted Partner” under this new Scheme include:
* Less paperwork! As a registered company it will ease the administration burden as the company won’t have to replicate the company information for each permit
* It will mean a more
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This article is correct at 07/10/2015
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