The Impact of Brexit on Workforce Immigration, Mobility and Social Security
With the House of Commons soundly voting down (432 to 202) the Brexit agreement, and May having to propose a back up plan by Monday January 21, join us Thursday 24 January, for a candid discussion on how this will affect your mobility, immigration and social security programs.
At this stage, the UK is still expected to leave the EU at 11pm (GMT) on 29 March 2019.
With Brexit changing daily, the countdown is on for organisations to understand the impact of Brexit on their people and prepare for possible immigration, mobility and social security outcomes – plus ensure a motivated and reliable workforce in the lead up to and post-Brexit.
While much about the future post-Brexit is still not fully known, there are definitive actions an organisation can and should take now in order to be as ready as possible, especially in the case of a potential no-deal scenario.
CE Credit (fees may apply):
Government Affairs Advisor
KPMG in the UK
Senior Manager Global Mobility Services
Senior Manager Immigration