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Employment implications

The House of Commons Library has published a briefing paper setting out the possible employment law implications of Brexit. This provides a helpful summary of what is currently understood, and contains a useful table outlining EU-derived law. 

The CBI has also published its paper on Making a Succcess of Brexit, based on input from member associations including UCEA.

Consultancy Verditer has published a blog on the pay and reward implications of Brexit.

The Insititute of Employment Studies (IES) has lanched a "Brexit Observatory". Split into "workforce" and "workplace" issues, the "observatory" aims to highlight data, analysis and informed debate about the employment effects of Brexit. HEIs may find this a useful source of analysis. 

Vitae has issued a statement confirming that it will continue to manage the UK process for the HR Excellence in Research Award as normal.

Eversheds has created a Brexit hub containing insight and analysis of the latest situation including a comprehensive FAQ on the employment implications.
Lawyers Mills & Reeve also have a Brexit resources section of their website. Usefully, this includes the results of their Brexit Barometer survey. In January this year they published a summary of the employment law implications of Brexit. 
The CIPD has a live resource hub; with resources including factsheets and blogs on HR implications. This includes legal advice to help employers manage and support their workforce through Brexit - Immigration and Brexit: legal guide to managing a migrant workforce (October 2017). A useful website on Brexit  workforce planning considerations has also been published since Article 50 was invoked. 
HEIs concerned about the implications for hiring EU staff pre-Brexit should see the CIPD's briefing on the subject. 

This page was last updated on 7 November 2017