MWNW 2011 conference International Slavery Museum Liverpool


2011 conferenceMigrant Workers North West held their annual conference at the International Slavery Museum Liverpool.

The Points Based System & How this will impact on Employers and Employees across the North West.

The Conference emphasis was on 3 major points:

Launching our most recent piece of research “The capping system and its impact on non EU workers focusing on Health & Social Care sector a valuable piece of research which was commissioned via Dr Simon Pemberton Senior lecturer in public policy & management at Birmingham university and Dr Lisa Scullion a research fellow in the Salford housing & urban studies unit (SHUSU)at Salford University.

Launching Migration Works 2011 Prospectus our portfolio of services introducing six workshops understanding your obligations when employing migrant workers:
  • Preparation for recruitment of migrant workers
  • Induction welcoming migrant workers to your workplace
  • Understanding contracts of employment
  • Cultural awareness
  • Bullying & harassment
  • Understanding legislation
A bespoke training service offered to you onsite or at a venue of your choosing utilising the professional knowledge of trainers who are leaders in their particular fields ensuring that we are able to demystify the uncertainty that employers may have around a number of employment issues

Inclusive of bespoke services sector specific, customised business support, qualifications matching and research commissions

i.e. pool your resources across a particular discipline to ensure you have the most current up to date information to hand we will ensure the correct research partners for your particular needs from a bank of highly respected and published researchers across the UK

The Crowne Plaza Liverpool part of the Inter Continental Group received an award for most promising new signatory to Migrant Workers North West Minimum Standards Charter Mt Stephen Roberts received the award on behalf of the Crown Plaza.

mwnw2Anna Rothery MWNW Coordinator stated “the crown Plaza is one of those companies that not only met the standards but also excelled in their commitment to migrant worker employees, they are a beacon of light within the hoteliers trade with approximately 17% of their  work force coming from outside the UK they champion a good business case and recognise the additionality of employing migrant workers it offers comfort to UK tourists when they are greeted and able to converse in their own language”

If you would like a copy of our 2011 Prospectus and the opportunity to discuss your training needs or discuss signing up to the minimum standards charter or if you would like to purchase a copy of “the Capping system and its impact on non EU workers focusing on the health & social care sector” a bound copy is available at the fee of £17.95 to place an order please email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   or telephone Migrant Workers North West on 0161 877 6331


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