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hear from our immigration specialists on the impact of Brexit on EU workers

19 November 2018

Following the Brexit vote, Helen Taylor and Natalie Fuller discuss the impact Brexit will have on EU workers and how companies can ensure they are following the correct procedures when it comes to right to work checks. Helen and Natalie also discuss the EU Settlement Scheme and what this means for EEA citizens wanting to live and work in the UK after we leave the EU in March 2019.

They also explain how restricting the number of EEA workers going forward could see many sectors facing a skill shortage, which could have a huge impact on many companies who hire EEA workers.

Watch our on-demand webinar for further information on the impact of Brexit for EU workers and how to ensure your company is following the correct procedures. 

 

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