Brexit employment survey: Discrimination fuelling exit of skilled EU workers
More than half of EU-27 skilled workers employed by companies either in the FTSE 250 or with a revenue of over £50 million are likely to leave the UK before the outcome of the Brexit negotiations is known and before the UK leaves the EU in March 2019. This is according to a survey of 250 EU-27 nationals educated at degree level or higher, by Baker McKenzie.
Pulling the Trigger: Life After Article 50
Theresa May has triggered Article 50, signalling the start of the UK's formal departure from the EU. Our Brexit experts share their views on some of the wide ranging issues your business should be considering during this period of transition.
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Businesses need to ask the right questions to identify potential risks and opportunities for a post-Brexit world. This is particularly key if involved in the import and export of goods and services into and from the EU, and the movement of people between the UK and the EU.
Speaking to our experts
Our dedicated team of Brexit experts is able to help you navigate your future. To discuss Brexit and the implications for your company please get in touch with your usual Baker McKenzie contact or, alternatively, Ross Denton or Samantha Mobley in our London office.
Navigating Changing Times: Brexit and the Future of your EU Workforce