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Can Universities Require Employees to Be Based in the UK?
With remote working becoming ubiquitous in the sector since the introduction of the first lockdown, and the Government's guidance that employees who can work from home should do so likely to remain in place until at least July 2021, careful thought needs to be given as to how a university justifies any policy requirement to be based in the UK.

Recent changes to the UK immigration system
The past 12 months have seen significant changes to the immigration landscape affecting higher education institutions, write colleagues from #UHR21 partner organisation Mills & Reeve.


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