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Ready to Recruit?
Are you getting ready to recruit again? Take a look at the UK’s new Graduate Visa and Kickstart Schemes, or get in touch with ATC Partner Adaptive Globalization for experienced talent.
Graduate Visa Scheme
International students completing a BA or MA degree in the UK are now eligible to stay and work for two or three additional years after graduation as part of the UK Government’s Graduate Visa Route.
Employers recruiting international graduates under this route do not require a sponsor licence and do not need to play the immigration skills charge of up to £1,000 a year.
Book an immigration consultation with ATC Associate Partner TruthLegal’s Head of Immigration Louis MacWilliam: https://www.truthlegal.com/book-an-immigration-consultation/
The Kickstart Scheme is the UK government’s new initiative to help companies reboot their businesses following the Covid pandemic, and help employ young people.
Employers recruiting 16–24-year-olds through the scheme will receive funding for minimum wage salary for 6 months, pension and national insurance contributions and a £1,500 training grant.
Register your interest with a Kickstart Gateway such as Kickstart Portal.
If you are looking to recruit more experienced talent, the ATC’s Associate Partner Adaptive Globalization is a global language services specialist with a strong UK base.
From project managers to language technology specialists, and business development managers to managing directors, Adaptive Globalization will help you find the right fit for your company.
Book a consultation with Adaptive Globalization’s European Team Lead Andrew Jones at email@example.com.