EU import and export delays are slowing the flow of goods between France and the UK according to a new tool from the French Chamber of Great Britain, in partnership with global data science consultancy, Ekimetrics.
Contributor: Marilise Saghbini Managing Director - French Chamber | Published: 5 July 2021
To mark the five-year anniversary of the Brexit referendum, the world's largest job site Indeed has analysed the searches for UK jobs made by workers based overseas, both in the EU and beyond. The research reveals that searches from EU workers are down by a staggering 45% compared with 2016.
Interest from EU workers has fallen most in lower-paid jobs such as hospitality and retail, down 41% since 2019 alone, while interest in higher paid roles such as those in tech, finance, medicine and engineering, is down 17%. However, the decline in Europeans' interest in higher paid jobs is offset by demand from non-EU countries, where clicks on higher paid jobs in the UK have increased by 39% since 2019.
Contributor: Jack Kennedy, UK Economist - Indeed | Published: 21 June 2021
85 per cent of UK businesses have restructured in the wake of January’s Brexit deal, and the majority believe leaving the EU has negatively impacted operations, according to a new report by specialist recruiter Robert Half.
Contributor: Matt Weston, Managing Director - Robert Half UK | Published: 27 May 2021
Data from LinkedIn shows EU to UK migration was net negative over the last year, and non-EU to UK migration ... View Article
Contributor: Mariano Mamertino, Senior Economist, EMEA - LinkedIn | Published: 30 March 2021
As businesses – and the UK as a whole – start to establish new relationships and processes post-Brexit, financial technology (FinTech) solutions could provide an opportunity to streamline and improve efficiency, while helping to remain compliant with new regulations.
Contributor: Jake Moore, Cybersecurity Specialist - ESET | Published: 22 February 2021
Towergate Health & Protection is urging employers to act now to ensure employees are fully covered for healthcare now Britain has left the EU.
Contributor: Sarah Dennis, Head of International - Towergate Health & Protection | Published: 17 February 2021
Recent research by Adecco has revealed that one in three young people (16 to 35) are considering leaving the UK to work in another European country due to uncertainty around Brexit as well as the Covid-19 pandemic.
Contributor: Alex Fleming, Region President of Northern Europe - Adecco Workforce Solutions | Published: 29 January 2021
While 2020 has been an uncertain year, there's one certainty that lies ahead: Brexit. With a potential skills shortage in the future as the transition period comes to an end, we bring Brexit back to the talent agenda.
Contributor: Ann Swain, CEO - Association of Professional Staffing Companies | Published: 1 November 2020
Health and social care in the UK could face a serious skills shortage
Contributor: Tania Bowers, Legal Counsel and Head of Public Policy - APSCo | Published: 23 October 2020
EU Withdrawal Bill – Employment Lawyers Association draws attention to the potential impact of uncertainty on UK workplaces. Recently proposed amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill impacting established caselaw are likely to create substantial, and long-lasting, uncertainty for UK workplaces.
Contributor: Juliet Carp, Chair - Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) | Published: 31 January 2020