The Government's Brexit White Paper reiterates the importance of providing certainty on the immigration status of EU workers already based in the UK and UK nationals already working in the EU.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, published after the Supreme Court's ruling, is progressing through Parliament. Under the Bill, the Prime Minister is authorised to give notice under art.50 of the UK's decision to withdraw from the EU. The Government has published a White Paper that sets out its plan for the UK's agreement with the EU. To help employers prepare for Brexit, we round up our resources providing practical guidance.
Updated to include information on the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, under which the Prime Minister is authorised to give notice under art.50 of the UK's intention to withdraw from the EU.
Following Theresa May's speech laying out the UK's objectives for its exit from the EU, we round up the reaction from business groups, employment lawyers and unions.
Brexit will bring stricter controls on immigration, but will not rule out rights for EU workers in Britain and vice versa, the Prime Minister has announced.
At the top of the agenda for Brexit negotiations will be freedom of movement and the status of EU citizens working in the UK. We report on how and when these issues are likely to be settled.
The proposal by an MEP that UK nationals could take out "associate EU citizenship" could appeal to UK employers who want to move staff around offices in different EU countries. But is it likely to be endorsed by the Government after a "hard Brexit"?
We discuss the key legislative developments affecting employers in 2017, including: gender pay gap reporting; the apprenticeship levy; public-sector exit payments and changes to statutory rates.
The Government gave limited assurances on the future of UK employment rights derived from EU law at a parliamentary debate on Brexit and workers' rights on 7 November.
A letter with 170 questions on the Government's approach to Brexit negotiations, including the future of employment rights in the UK, was sent to Brexit secretary David Davis from Labour shadow cabinet members on 11 October 2016.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to domestic employment measures.