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 Top tips for attracting and calming jittery Brexit-fearing grad nerves

Findings have revealed several parallels between the career journey of the class of 2008 and the expectations of 2019 graduates. Half (50 percent) of those that graduated during the global financial crisis found it more difficult to secure a graduate role due to the crisis

Article by: Jonathan Portes | Published: 18 March 2019

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Four key tips to manage through Brexit

Successful leaders don’t waste time blaming others, that may win you sympathy but is a waste of energy. Uncertainty creates opportunity so start by owning the situation and making a plan you can try to use the situation to your advantage.

Article by: Jeremy Snape | Published: 3 March 2019

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How easy it will be to hire EU talent post Brexit?

In the event of no-deal Brexit, free movement will end immediately on 30 March. While EU nationals may continue travelling visa-free for visits to the UK of up to 3 months, to remain here longer (for example, to work), they will require status under a new category to be called European Temporary Leave to Remain (ETLTR).  

Article by: Gary McIndoe | Published: 5 February 2019

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How Emotional Intelligence will save us from chaos

Rory Stewart is right, he’s been banging on about empathy for weeks now: Emotional intelligence will extricate us from Brexit hell. Once the children pick up their toys and perambulate off to their perma-huff, adults will decide the way forward. 

Article by: Russell Wardrop | Published: 30 January 2019

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Brexit fears crystallise and economic gloom takes hold

It seems that confidence that the UK would be able to negotiate a deal with the EU that would at least allow a ‘break even’ position has evaporated. 59 percent of companies admitted to preparing for a no deal scenario when the survey was conducted in December.

Article by: Unknown | Published: 22 January 2019

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Can global mobility survive the Brexit bubble?

The big question being asked in the sector, especially by HR and recruitment teams, is: “How much more difficult a UK independent of the EU will make international assignments and international talent management in the future?” A survey was carried out with professionals across Europe who work for companies offering international assignments - the very people whose working lives could be most affected by Brexit.

Article by: Phil Smith | Published: 27 December 2018

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The wolves of Westminster

Pitching for investment when yours is a small business, or even a medium sized one, is fraught with danger. I was involved recently in a crowd funding campaign where every document was checked and rechecked, since it had to be authentic well beyond anyone’s opinion.

Article by: Brian Williamson | Published: 17 December 2018

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The book of exodus – a sequel
Print – Issue 169 | Article of the Week

Looking at the possible future outcomes of worker migration post Brexit, there are many questions fuelling the confused debate. How will we retain and attract EU Nationals? Do we need to relocate business functions and people? Who will look after patients in hospital? Will financial services organisations decamp elsewhere?

Article by: Nick Chronias | Published: 30 November 2018

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Could Asia be the hope for Brexit?
Print – Issue 169 | Article of the Week

For all the doom and gloom, Brexit does not have to end badly. It could be a prosperous new start for the UK, if only we can jump out of our proverbial box and start looking for new friends and business partners outside of the EU. Further east, for example, the emerging economies of Asia hold immense potential for UK business partnerships.

Article by: Siddharth Shankar | Published: 8 November 2018

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Braced for Brexit – Britain’s waning attractiveness

NHS set to face staff shortages as European interest in British healthcare jobs slumps by 21 percent, research by the global job site Indeed shows. Construction is the sector hit hardest, with building job enquiries from EU countries down 42 percent. Interest in UK jobs falls sharpest among jobseekers in Ireland (down 44 percent) and Poland (down 26 percent)

Article by: Pawel Adrjan | Published: 16 October 2018