The Capping System and its Impact on Regional Employers and Migrant Workers


Change“The Capping System and its Impact on Regional Employers and Migrant Workers”

Friday 28th January 2011
10 – 3pm
The International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

The issues faced by migrant workers and employers alike are inextricable we must work together to ensure that we as a city region and migrant workers ensure a “Win Win” outcome for enterprise.

The recent endeavours to cap the points based system may have a major impact on business for the North West and raises some pertinent questions on how we continue to attract skilled workers to the region.

Please join us at our conference we will be launching our latest research looking at:

“The Implications in the North West of England of the cap on non EU Migrant Workers ”
A Case Study of the Health & Social Care Sector


A presentation from: Dr Lisa Scullion Salford University & Dr Simon Pemberton Keele University

Migrant Workers North West will be launching our portfolio of services covering work place development, work place cohesion understanding legislation, the needs of migrant workers and the needs of employers.

Presented by:
Carol Ann Whitehead The Zebra Partnership &
Joanna Hartley Vision


Migrant Workers North West will also be facilitating an open debate around the capping system and its impact on Policy, Business Growth & Development Nationally & Regionally
Chaired by Mr Kevin Bocquet


Migrant Workers North West Minimum Standards Charter Awards for:

Most promising newcomer & The company/organisation that has exceeded the expectations of the minimum standard

Refreshments & lunch will be provided

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