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Power Up: The UK Workplace
Of workers already based in the UK, overall 36 per cent are considering moving in the next five years.
UK
27 Feb 2018
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Accessing International Workers Post Brexit
The issue of free movement is one of the defining issues of the Brexit debate and the topic of workforce mobility is one of the key priorities for business leaders as they prepare for the UK's departure from the EU.
UK
19 Oct 2017
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Do Non-British Workers Still See The UK As An Attractive Place To Live & Work?
It is often said that people are the most valuable asset in any organisation and yet, one year on from the vote to leave the European Union
UK
20 Jul 2017
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GES NewsFlash - Forthcoming Changes To The UK Immigration Landscape
April 2017 will see a number of changes to UK immigration, marking the completion of the amendments originally laid out by the Minister of State for Immigration in March 2016.
UK
23 Feb 2017
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GES NewsFlash - Home Secretary's Announcement On Immigration
Home Secretary Amber Rudd today announced major changes to the immigration system during her speech to Conservative Party Conference.
UK
13 Oct 2016
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Keeping The Brains Of Britain
This is the second in a series of posts delivered by Deloitte's innovation lead Vimi Grewal-Carr, looking in to Brexit and its impact on innovation in the UK.
UK
12 Sep 2016
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What Brexit Might Mean For UK Travel
The UK public will soon have an important decision to make: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?"
European Union
24 Mar 2016
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Measuring Migration
The crises in Syria and Libya have created large movements of people. This is the latest chapter in a long story of population movements.
UK
18 Sep 2015
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Working In The UK - Negotiating The Immigration Process With Deloitte
Before I started adding a ‘u’ to ‘colour’ and changing ‘z’ to ‘s’ in ‘analyse,’ I learned to call a ‘visa’ by the proper British name of ‘entry clearance.’
UK
26 Nov 2013
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Horizons - International News for Employers and International Secondees
Assignees to the Netherlands who meet the qualifying conditions can apply to have 30% of their remuneration exempted from Dutch income tax. Previously the 30% ruling could be applied for by the non-Dutch employer where individuals were seconded to the Netherlands between intra-group companies. The assignee would remain employed by the foreign company but payroll would be administered by the Dutch company, which would apply for the ruling. Under the decree this is no longer possible, and the app
UK
2 Nov 2005
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Horizons - International news for employers and international secondees
In April H.M Revenue and Customs (HMRC) published a Tax Bulletin article on dual contracts in response to what they see as a more widespread use of aggressive arrangements.
UK
 
1 Sep 2005
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