How do you hold onto your EU workforce? Be practical, personal and prepared, says Punam Birly, Brexit People & Immigration Lead.
Securing your pipeline of world-class talent calls for careful planning – and plenty of imagination – says Tim Payne, Head of People and Change.
We asked thousands of EU nationals in the UK and Europe how Brexit would change their futures? See what they told us, and what that means for UK employers.
Understanding the myriad motivations of your EU-born staff is not just kind, it’s smart business practice, says Mark Essex.
Andrea McNeil, senior manager people and change KPMG in the UK, outlines the importance of having a staff strategy in place during this period of uncertainty.
The UK government is yet to confirm how, and the extent to which, it will control EU migration upon leaving the EU but EEA nationals are likely to face restrictions when working in UK and accessing social benefits.
Responding to Brexit – What’s your workforce exposure and is your business ready?