Whether it's a deal or no deal, as the clock winds down to 29th March, everyone can agree that there is a drastic amount of uncertainty with regards to the overall impact Brexit will have on the UK. When it comes to tech companies, HR departments are beginning to see the changes first hand.
Changes to the immigration system, both for EU nationals and non-EU nationals, as well as the new requirements to remain within the UK, are beginning to be a major cause for concern to many HR professionals. This is particularly true when it comes to filling the talent gaps expected to be caused by the changes Barry Stanton and Claire Taylor-Evans, of Boyes Turner's Employment team, have written an in-depth look at the impact Brexit will have on HR practices and what employers need to know.
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