IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? The U.K. Department for Work and Pensions has announced that the ‘Universal Jobmatch’ recruitment site will soon be replaced by a new ‘Find a Job’ site.
What does the change mean? The Find a Job site will be launched on May 14 and the Jobmatch site will come offline June 17. Employers should be sure that they download and save any records that are currently saved on the Jobmatch site before the cutoff date.
BAL Analysis: Employers are advised to save all material currently retained on the Universal Jobmatch site, including material related to job advertisements. These records form compliance evidence of having completed the Resident Labour Market Test, and archived advertisements will not be available beyond June 17. Retaining the documents is part of a sponsor’s record keeping obligations and their failure to accurately record and retain them can negatively affect the sponsor license.
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