All items: Domestic measures

  • Brexit

    13 July 2016

    What are the implications for employers of the UK's decision to leave the EU?

  • FAQs: The implications of Brexit for employment law and EU workers

    12 July 2016

    New FAQs on XpertHR deal with how the UK's vote to leave the EU will affect employers and employees.

  • Podcast: Mid-year employment law update

    8 July 2016

    We discuss the latest developments in employment law, including Brexit, the Trade Union Act, gender pay gap reporting and the apprenticeship levy.

  • Communicating with staff after the Brexit vote

    7 July 2016

    To help employers communicate with their staff following the EU referendum, we have added a new model letter to our Policies and documents tool.

  • Podcast: Employment law update

    6 July 2016

    Look out for this week's podcast, where we will provide a mid-year update of the latest developments in employment law, including Brexit, the Trade Union Act, gender pay gap reporting and public-sector exit payments.

  • Brexit and the future of international assignments

    4 July 2016

    While the effect of the UK's departure from the EU on the free movement of workers is still uncertain, we look at the steps that employers should be taking now to reassure their employees and prepare for future developments.

  • Brexit: employers will face "years of uncertainty"

    24 June 2016

    Employers are reacting to today's news that the majority of UK voters have opted for the country to leave the European Union.

  • EU referendum: HR implications of a Brexit

    23 June 2016

    The majority vote in favour of leaving the EU will have an impact on the direction of the UK's employment legislation. Our resources cover the implications of a Brexit for HR professionals.

  • Podcast: Brexit

    10 June 2016

    As the debate on whether the UK should leave or remain in the EU enters its final stages, Darren Newman explores the issues that HR professionals are having to deal with.

  • Report claims 1.6 million EU workers could be affected by a potential Brexit

    31 May 2016

    Latest research by thinktank the Social Market Foundation and Adecco suggests that, under the current immigration regime, 88% of EU workers could be affected if the UK votes to leave the EU in June.

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Editor's choice: HR and legal information and guidance relating to domestic employment measures.