Describing the current status of sponsor licences, Chetal explains how “the process of gaining a license is not a mere tick box exercise”, and that “businesses need to have the correct systems in place to comply with their sponsor duties”.
Chetal goes on to identify the ten specific factors employers should bear in mind when making their way through the licence system. These points include the need to consider the structure of the licence the employer wants to apply for, their sponsorship duties, ‘online application dangers’ and the fees incurred when employers want to make a sponsor licence application.
If you’d like to learn more about how your organisation can put itself in the best possible position to meet the conditions of sponsor licence regulations, click here to read the rest of Chetal’s pointers.
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