Banks need to "step up" their plans for the UK leaving the EU without a deal, the European Central Bank has warned, adding that more staff and resources should be moved in preparation.
Updated to reflect that the Directive on transparent and predictable working conditions, the Directive on work-life balance for parents and carers and the Directive on insolvency and discharge of debt have been added to the OJ.
Boris Johnson's newly appointed chief negotiator for Brexit has criticised the idea of the European Union being allowed to "set new UK labour market rules without any UK say".
Business secretary Greg Clark has warned that 'many thousands' of jobs will be lost if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Regions of the UK are at risk of losing out on £2.1 billion of funding per year, which includes subsidies for job creation and skills training, if the government does not create alternative funding arrangements when the UK leaves the EU.
Last week Personnel Today ran an opinion piece which criticised the EU Settlement Scheme, the process that EU, EEA or Swiss citizens need to follow to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. In response, immigration minister Caroline Nokes explains what the Home Office is doing to make the scheme run as smoothly as possible for individuals and employers.
The EU settled status scheme is facing an uncertain future after strong criticism by MPs, the uncertainty over the political leadership of the UK and Brexit policy. Immigration expert Chetal Patel finds that despite the instability, businesses are left with little choice but to plan on the basis that the scheme is here to stay.
Louise Haycock, director at Fragomen, takes us through the implications of Theresa May's resignation and the new proposed Brexit date of 31 October 2019.
The EU settlement scheme could lead to the unnecessary and unlawful deportations of people who should be entitled to live and work in the UK, a parliamentary report has stated.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to EU law.