COVID-19 WEBINAR SERIES
Join two of Australia’s foremost immigration experts to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted businesses employing foreign staff and what HR should be doing:
Update on increased scrutiny of employer-sponsored visas
Compliance with sponsor obligations where employment status, hours or conditions have changed
Travel exemptions to get foreign staff into Australia
Travel exemptions to get Australian staff out of Australia
Options where a visa (or a “6 month work limitation”) is due to expire or has already expired
Get all your questions answered during the Q&A.
Speaker: Ariel Brott, Accredited Specialist Immigration Lawyer, Global Mobility and Immigration Lawyers
Ariel chairs AHRI’s International HR Management Network Forum committee. Ariel’s practice is focused almost exclusively on helping HR teams optimise employer-sponsored visa applications, compliance and process and to ensure efficient, predictable and timely deployments of staff.
Karen Bromham, Senior Associate, Global Mobility and Immigration Lawyers
Karen is a resident expert on COVID-19 border exemptions. She has 15 years' experience helping HR teams manage employer-sponsored visa applications. Prior to moving to immigration law Karen worked in recruitment and in addition to her legal qualifications, she holds a Diploma in Assessment and Workplace Training.
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Registration closes Tuesday 17 November 2020
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