May Breakfast Briefing – Carrying out compliant right-to-work checks

Catch up with May’s Breakfast Briefing – Carrying out compliant right-to-work checks

This Breakfast Briefing covers right-to-work checks. Employers are required to carry out right-to-work checks before an individual commences their employment. With the potential for adverse financial and reputational consequences for failing to carry out these checks, or carrying out the checks incorrectly, it is important to ensure your organisation is fully compliant with its duties. There have been major changes to the process of carrying out right-to-work checks in the past year. Ashley Fleming, Senior Associate and Immigration Specialist from Harper MacLeod LLP, will join us to provide an overview of the recent changes to right-to-work checks, including how to carry out compliant checks, guidance on retention of documents and ongoing compliance

Catch the recording below:


You can view the slides here.


Please look out for details of forthcoming Breakfast Briefings, which take place on the first Wednesday of the month from 08:00-08:30. If you have any questions on this Breakfast Briefing or suggestions for future briefings, then please contact Kevin Duffy in the ScotEng legal team.

Tel: 0141 221 3181