View our webcast on what to expect from post-Brexit migration restrictions and what it means for your organisation now. Featuring Ian Robinson, Immigration Law Partner at Fragomen, and Gerwyn Davies, Senior Labour Market Adviser at the CIPD.
A further extension of the Article 50 deadline means the United Kingdom now has until 31 January 2020 to finalise arrangements for exiting the European Union.
The flexible nature of this latest extension allows the UK to leave earlier if arrangements are agreed prior to the deadline.
Many factors remain subject to change, but businesses should take appropriate steps to plan for and reassure their workforce now. The CIPD will continue to monitor the latest developments, provide information and support for members, and engage with law makers and other key stakeholders on all of the relevant issues.
Our resources and guidance covering Brexit can be found on this dedicated hub.
Further information from Gov.uk:
As the odds of a no-deal Brexit continue to shorten, the CIPD considers the implications for employers if the UK leaves the EU on 31 October 2019 without a deal
Find a range of CIPD branch events, training and webinars on Brexit at a location near you
Guidance on workforce planning practice to help your organisation thrive through Brexit
Our latest data and analysis provide insight on the key workforce issues arising from Brexit
Updates and research on Brexit immigration policy as well as Brexit’s potential impact on employment law
CIPD CEO Peter Cheese, regional and international chiefs at the CIPD, business leaders and commentators provide their views on Brexit