Are you up-to-date on the best ways to navigate business, through the short and medium-term implications of Brexit?
Most small businesses and dealerships may not have a dedicated HR person to look into these changes, so it often falls on the business owner to make sure the business is compliant. We've compiled Government guidance on the things you need to know about in Employment, HR and Health & Safety, before and post-Brexit.
The European Union (EU) has agreed to extend the Brexit deadline until 31 January 2020. A Brexit deal has been agreed in principle with the EU. Both the UK and the EU need to approve and sign the withdrawal agreement. If the withdrawal agreement is not signed by the UK and the EU, the UK could still leave with no deal. Find out what you or your business needs to do if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
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If you employ EU workers
If the UK leaves the EU without a Brexit deal, EU citizens who are resident in the UK will be able to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to be awarded settled or pre-settled status, which will permit them to continue to live, work and study in the UK. Applications must be made by 30 June 2021.
Applying for skilled or unskilled work visas
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, there will be a new process for EU citizens arriving in the UK before 31 December 2020. From 1 January 2021, a new immigration system will operate. However, there will be no change to the way EU, EEA and Swiss citizens prove their right to work until 1 January 2021. This remains the same if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. For non-EU nationals, the EU exit will not affect the application process for work visas.