Brexit: resource round-up
Following the UK's departure from the EU on 31 January 2020, EU law continues to apply to the UK as if it were a member of the EU until 31 December 2020, the date when the transition period ends. Our resources will help employers to prepare for the end of the free movement rules and the new regime that will be in effect from 1 January 2021, and to understand potential changes to UK employment law.
Below we list our resources that cover workforce planning and changes to employment laws.
- How to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period
- Webinar: Brexit - future-proof your workforce
- Employing foreign nationals: Brexit and the position of EEA and Swiss nationals in the UK and the proposed new immigration system
- Brexit workforce audit
- What impact will Brexit have on EU nationals currently working in the UK?
- Brexit: Letter reminding EEA nationals to apply for settled or pre-settled status
- Implications of Brexit on employing foreign students
- How should employers carry out right to work in the UK checks for European nationals following Brexit?
Changes to employment laws
- What effect will Brexit have on the application of the General Data Protection Regulation to the UK?
- International data transfers following Brexit
European work councils
- Brexit and European Works Councils
- How do employees request the establishment of a European Works Council?