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Pound slides following Supreme Court’s Brexit ruling

Rarely do the currency markets get so engrossed by legal argument – but yesterday every clause sent anxious ripples across trading desks. Article by David Lamb, Head of dealing - FEXCO Corporate Payments.

Contributor: David Lamb | Published: 25 January 2017

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So far, no Brexit effect on UK labour market

The UK labour market continues to surprise with its resilience to the Brexit shock. The unemployment rate in the three months to November remained at an 11-year low of 4.8 percent, while the number of people unemployed fell to 1.6 million, the lowest level in more than a decade.

Contributor: Jonathan Watts-Lay | Published: 25 January 2017

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Brexit outlook proves divisive for UK businesses

UK businesses are divided over the Brexit outlook with large businesses significantly more optimistic about the future than their small business counterparts, joint research by NGA Human Resources and its SMB division, Moorepay, has revealed.

Contributor: Alison Dodd | Published: 21 January 2017

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2017 Brexit and the gig economy law will dominate

The two main topics set to continue dominating headlines throughout the year - Brexit and the gig economy. ELAS Legal Services Manager Geoff Isherwood takes a look at what we can expect

Contributor: Geoff Isherwood | Published: 7 January 2017

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Third of UK workers fear Brexit will harm career prospects

Perceptions of job opportunities in the UK cooled over the last quarter with 30 per cent of workers fearing that Britain leaving the European Union will have a negative impact on their careers. According to CEB (NYSE: CEB), a best practice insight and technology company, employees’ mistrust of their leaders and managers is undermining loyalty and restricting growth.

Contributor: CEB | Published: 28 December 2016

Leaders not confident effects of Brexit will be positive

Howes Percival's post-Brexit referendum survey identifies uncertainty and inertia; 47 percent of business leaders admit they have taken no action since the vote to leave; 70 percent say their employment plans remained unchanged following the referendum.

Contributor: Howes Percival | Published: 18 December 2016