Establishing the Right to Work: Directors banned after avoiding illegal worker fines

The directors of six restaurants who put their businesses into liquidation to avoid paying fines for employing illegal workers have received bans from being company directors or being involved in the management of companies for between six and eight years.

An employer may face civil and criminal penalties for employing an individual who does not have the right to work.

Read a copy of our Briefing Note for more on this matter: “Establishing the Right to Work: Directors banned after avoiding illegal worker fines

If you would like further information or assistance, please contact Amanda Pullinger or Aaron Heslop in our Rooks Rider Solicitors’ Employment team.

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