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On 29 March 2017, the Prime Minister triggered Article 50. With the 2 year timer ticking for the UK to formally withdraw from the EU, organisations need to be prepared for Brexit now more than ever.

Although much remains unknown about the exact shape of the UK's future relationship with the EU, people considerations will rank highly among the practical implications of Brexit. Therefore, we wanted to share with you our latest flyer which sets out the 5 HR priorities identified from our survey of circa 100 organisations to understand what they saw as the key implications and actions for HR to address arising from the EU referendum outcome. To help you respond, we have also identified immediate actions organisations can take now to address each issue.

Beyond Brexit – priorities and next steps for HR

This guide will help you understand

  • The 5 key priorities for HR to address in preparation for Brexit
  • Implications and actions for employers following Article 50
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