Deborah Scales discusses the implications Brexit will have on UK employment law, and covers key points for employers for either a deal or “no deal”. Deborah also covers the immigration law for businesses employing from the EU.
On 31 January 2020 the United Kingdom formally left the European Union, with the UK leaving both the single market and the customs union.
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SubjectEffect of Brexit on Employment Law
Published14 December 2020
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