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Constructors must better facilitate graduates to bridge Brexit Gap

Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Olivia Radford, last night took the stage at Nottingham Trent University’s Women in the Built Environment event; she offered female students practical advice and encouragement to seize a construction role in the countdown to the skilled workforce shortage that Brexit will likely bring. Contributor Rebecca Schwarz, HR & Training Manager at Winvic.

Contributor: Rebecca Schwarz | Published: 24 November 2017

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Why “no deal” is a no-no

"Were one starting from scratch, there are certain activities that, given the nature of value chains, one would not locate in the UK were it subject to WTO rules. Some of these activities are already here and they may decide that the costs of exit outweigh the additional costs associated with Brexit.

Contributor: Press Release | Published: 30 October 2017

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Undergraduates not confident about prospects following Brexit

The impact of Brexit on the job market is a serious cause for concern with statistics showing that there has already been a decline in the number of EU graduates choosing to apply for roles in the UK, however, the impact of Brexit on UK graduates is also proving worrying for employers and the UK economy. Comment James Uffindell, founder and CEO of Bright Network.

Contributor: Bright Network | Published: 22 September 2017

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Firms must act to avoid Brexit brain-drain

A major international survey commissioned by KPMG UK reveals that although 45 percent of EU citizens working in the UK plan to stay, 35 percent are considering leaving and 8percent have already made up their minds to go.  When extrapolated across the UK’s entire EU workforce, that’s a group equivalent to almost 1 million potential leavers, or 3.1 percent of the UK’s national workforce. From Karen Briggs: Head of Brexit at KPMG.

Contributor: Karen Briggs | Published: 30 August 2017


Customs duty – businesses should prepare for the worst

Today’s announcement is a very bold step from the UK government, especially given the EU’s public stance on the single market and the clear message that Brexit means an exit from the associated free trade arrangements. But the step is very much needed to get us to a workable transitional agreement. From Alison Horner, VAT partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson.

Contributor: Alison Horner | Published: 19 August 2017

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Businesses warned, perfect storm’s brewing – be prepared

The Forum of Private Business is advising members to have a survival plan in place as the UK goes through the Brexit negotiations. Comment Ian Cass, the Chief Executive of the Forum of Private Business.

Contributor: Ian Cass | Published: 17 August 2017


Border chaos and cost after Brexit

There has been a notable shift in Theresa May's language around the frictionless transport of goods between the UK and EU after Brexit, from vowing to maintain frictionless transport to making it ‘as frictionless as possible’.

Contributor: Andrew Meany | Published: 2 August 2017

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EU exit, what happened to Greenland?

The UK won’t be the first nation to leave the European Union. Greenland, the largest island in the world, exited in 1982. The tough talks took three years; meaning Britain won’t leave the EU until 2020 at the earliest, warns global delivery expert Fastlane International. From David Jinks MILT - Fastlane’s Head of Consumer Research.

Contributor: David Jinks | Published: 23 July 2017