Developing the right resourcing models: recruitment and retention considerations

Event date: 23 Sep 2021

AREAS COVERED

We are in a period of rapid change with a growing economy and a record number of job vacancies. However, diminished European labour and staff shortages are creating challenges for employers as they seek to resource the right individuals. Many employers have advanced their thinking in terms of how people work. Equally the workforce itself is rethinking how it wants to work. The shift away from typical employment models is accelerating.

We consider the current challenges facing organisations in respect of recruitment and retention taking into account the effect of the pandemic on different ways of working, overseas labour and continuing changes in respect of employment status.

The effect of the pandemic
  • Staff expectations
  • Reluctance to return to or enter some sectors
  • Implications on staff recruitment and retention

The overseas dimension
  • Impact of Brexit on easy access to EU labour
  • How do you draw people to the UK?
  • Is engaging people to work from abroad, long-term, a viable alternative?

The shifting sands of employment status
  • The basics of employment status - how are things changing?
  • Varying picture across other countries
  • The Gig economy and IR35

SPEAKERS

Simon Bellm
Partner, Employment

Rebecca Thornley-Gibson
Partner, Employment

Adam Williams
Partner, Business Immigration

DISCLAIMER
This webinar is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Professional legal advice should be obtained before taking, or refraining from taking, any action as a result of the contents of this webinar.
Complete the form below to access our event resources
We regularly provide webinars and updates on this area of the law, if you would like to be kept informed and added to our mailing list please check the box.
Terms and conditions

If you do not want to be added to our mailing list your personal information will be automatically deleted from our database within one week following the date of your request to access the webinar content. If you attend the webinar, you can access it [and related information]. Those access rights will be limited to one week for those who are not on our Employment Law mailing list. Those on our Employment Law mailing list will continue to have access rights for as long as they remain on our Employment Law mailing list and the information remains on our website. We will only use your personal information as set out in our privacy notice.

Further reading

The PGA brushes with Anti-Trust law in the largest legal case in golfing history

Blog
10/08/2022
LIV golf and the PGA Tour are locked in a court battle that could decide the future of golf. Jonathan Compton reviews.
Read more Read

DMH Stallard’s London office has acted for First Equity Limited on the IPO of First Class Metals PLC

Blog, News & PR
09/08/2022
DMHS advised First Equity Limited, the broker, on all aspects related to the listing
Read more Read

What is spousal maintenance and how is it calculated?

Blog
08/08/2022
Family law expert Gemma Garrett explains what spousal maintenance is, its purpose and how it's calculated
Read more Read

Withdrawing a job offer

Blog
08/08/2022
Rebecca Thornley-Gibson explains how to minimise the risk of a claim from a prospective employee
Read more Read
  • Brighton - Jubilee St

    1 Jubilee Street

    Brighton

    East Sussex

    BN1 1GE

  • Brighton - Old Steine

    47 Old Steine

    Brighton

    East Sussex

    BN1 1NW

  • Gatwick

    Griffin House

    135 High Street

    Crawley

    West Sussex

    RH10 1DQ

  • Guildford

    Wonersh House

    The Guildway

    Old Portsmouth Road

    Guildford

    Surrey

    GU3 1LR

  • Hassocks

    32 Keymer Road

    Hassocks

    West Sussex

    BN6 8AL

  • Horsham

    Ridgeland House

    15 Carfax

    Horsham

    West Sussex

    RH12 1DY

  • London

    6 New Street Square

    New Fetter Lane

    London

    EC4A 3BF

  • Make an enquiry

    Make an enquiry

    Message

    Or head to our Contact us page