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Brexit: what we know: Labour and personnel webinar

This webinar with CIPD and Edwin Coe discusses the personnel and immigration issues that businesses and employees might face through the end of the transition period. Hear from two experts on these issues, and use the opportunity to ask questions on this important subject.

Key benefits of this webinar include:

  1. Don’t delay Brexit planning
  2. Understanding of the key issues you and your employees might face
  3. Better understanding of the legal requirements after Brexit
  4. Options available to maximise opportunities with regards to access to talent

Dhruti Thakrar, Head of Immigration, Edwin Coe

Dhruti Thakrar joined Edwin Coe in November 2013 and has been a solicitor since 1992 after training with a Central London firm. Upon completion of her training she joined a legal practice and specialised in immigration work before setting up the highly respected practice of Vincent Buffoni & Co in 1994 as one of the principal partners.

Over the last 20 years Dhruti has specialised in all aspects of UK immigration work and has developed a significant amount of expertise in Sponsor Licensing work for UK Employers wishing to employ non-EU nationals, Start-up and Innovator visa (previously known as Tier 1 entrepreneur and investor) applications for non-European migrants seeking to become business owners or investors in the UK. She also deals with complex Nationality applications and Immigration Appeals and is able to boast an almost 100 per cent success rate in matters dealt with by her to date.

Gerwyn Davies, Senior Labour Market Analyst, CIPD

Gerwyn is the CIPD’s Senior Labour Market Analyst. Gerwyn is a member of various government working groups and taskforces, including the Home Office's primary EU Immigration Employers' Representative Group, and is a national media commentator. Gerwyn’s previous publications have covered migration, the atypical workforce and the National Living Wage alongside the institute’s highly influential quarterly 'Labour Market Outlook' report.