Brunel International N.V. Acquires Celsium Ltd.

Brunel International N.V. Acquires Celsium Ltd.

We are delighted to announce Celsium’s acquisition by Brunel International N.V., a leading global workforce mobilisation company headquartered in the Netherlands. Celsium extends Brunel’s global mobility capabilities and brings further expertise for continued innovation in the staffing and employee mobility markets.

Brexit deters some international staff from London tech firms - survey

One in three tech companies in London have seen talks with potential international hires fall through due to Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.

According to a survey from industry body Tech London Advocates, nearly two-thirds of London’s tech entrepreneurs believe Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has already damaged the international reputation of the city’s tech sector, although they still said it was the best place for start ups.

EEA and international migrant workers in the UK labour market

EEA and international migrant workers in the UK labour market

In July 2017, the Government commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to advise on the economic and social impacts of the UK’s exit from the European Union and also on how the UK’s immigration system should be aligned with a modern industrial strategy.

The areas outlined below provide a general indication of the information the MAC is reviewing:

Part 1 - EEA Migration Trends

Part 2 - Recruitment Practices, Training & Skills

Part 3 - Economic, Social and Fiscal Impacts

EU workers reluctant to relocate for a UK job

Employers in the UK are finding it harder to fill jobs after the steepest decline in candidate availability for 16 months, according to the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).

The REC report which compiled data from 400 recruitment companies shows Brexit influence on the jobs market as workers become more reluctant to move jobs and EU nationals less likely to relocate to the UK due to uncertainty over future immigration rules.

Australia: New law requires declaration against discriminatory recruitment practices

A new rule requires sponsors submitting subclass 457 visa applications on or after April 19, 2016 or those awaiting approval as of that date to submit a declaration that they will not engage in recruitment practices that discriminate against potential employees on the grounds of immigration status or citizenship.

The addition of the new sponsorship obligation will allow the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to impose fines on sponsors that violate or do not comply with the new rule on or after April 19.

International staffing & recruiting anywhere in the world

Celsium is delighted to announce the addition of a new service to its portfolio, thanks to its new partnership with a global leader in multilingual, international staffing and international recruiting anywhere in the world.

Our partner has over 20 years’ experience of international markets and today supports HR departments find the most qualified international bilingual candidates in over 150 countries.

Every position worked on is unique in terms of language, industry, and location. Unlike many recruiting firms, our partner does not maintain a database of candidates which quickly become obsolete – it determinedly seeks and recruits top performers, including those not actively looking for a job. 

“We know that businesses are often unable to fill positions through an internal transfer, so we are supporting HR departments beyond the standard relocation scope and offering them unrivalled support to source new hires,” commented Shelley Lloyd, Celsium’s Joint Managing Director. “We have chosen a partner who can facilitate the entire recruitment effort, from initial start-up right until the candidate starts working, and the whole process benefits from a 25-step Foreign Advantage Candidate Screening process (FACS)™, unparalleled in the industry for finding the best candidates for any job, anywhere in the world.”

In order to provide you with the very best qualified candidates, our partner goes above and beyond to provide and administer the following services upon request, at no cost to the client:

  • Candidate Assessments in 25 languages
  • International Background Checks
  • Foreign Language Proficiency Testing

We also have a strategic partnership with a global payroll outsourcing firm that will administer payroll, tax, compliance, and currency in over 150 countries.

We can help you Go Global With Confidence®.

If you would like to learn more about international recruitment, please complete the form on our website.

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