The Employment implications of leaving the European Union

On the day after the vote there appeared to be a mild but significant panic, with employers unsure as to whether they will still be able to employ EU nationals working in the UK and EU nationals unsure whether or not they were to be deported. I know of a sad and tearful Slovak who has lived in the UK for nine years, was in a relationship with a UK citizen but, on attending work, was hugged by co-workers sorry that she would be leaving. The easy advice is that nothing has changed. Keep paying your European employees and keep working in the UK if you are entitled to do so. Even when Article 50 is eventually triggered, the optimistic estimate is that it will take at least two years for the UK t

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