Newland Chase Educational Resources

Live Webinar | Employee International Travel: It's Never "Duty-Free"

17 July 2018 @ 11:00 am (ET) / 4:00 pm (BST)

“Duty of Care”… its one of those buzz-word hot topics of the last few years in the global mobility industry. We’ve heard of it… but what does it actually mean? Can you define it for your company? Or is it simply a product of so many HR conference sessions and webinars? Does your company really have a duty to care for an employee traveling alone and unsupervised half-way around the world?

Join us for this clear and practical look at a company’s duty of care for employees traveling internationally.



Live Webinar | Responding to Rejection: The Ongoing Shortage in the UK’s Tier 2

27 June 2018 @ 9:00 am (ET) / 2:00 pm (BST)

Since December 2017, employers of foreign nationals in the UK have struggled with the vicious cycle of shortages, delays, rejections, and increased demands of applications for restricted Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS). With government figures now indicating that this will continue to be a plaguing problem for years to come… what action can companies take now to overcome the challenges of recruiting skilled foreign workers?

Join us for this timely and vital webinar for UK companies coping with this challenging environment.



On-Demand Webinar | Uncover the Hidden Risks of Intra-EU Employee Mobility

Your employee is an EU citizen. So assigning them to work in another European Union member country is simple, right? No need for work permits or entry visas… so no need to worry about immigration details.  Wrong. “Hidden risks" await unwary EU employees and their mobility managers.

Join Sophy King and Jason Rogers as they explore key EU mechanisms and the challenges, risks, and potential future changes associated with intra-EU employee mobility. 



On-Demand Webinar | Life After Australia’s 457: How to Succeed Under the New TSS Visa

Life for companies employing foreign workers in Australia changed dramatically in March of this year.

Mobility managers continue to grapple with the implications of the elimination of the popular Subclass 457 Visa (the preferred temporary skilled work visa in Australia since 1996) and its replacement with a new Subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage Visa.