Our latest data and analysis provide insight on the key workforce issues arising from Brexit
What does the triggering of Article 50 mean for HR and organisations?
The triggering of Article 50 signals the beginning of the formal process by which the UK will leave its membership of the EU. Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the CIPD, discusses in this interview the core issues for organisations and the HR profession, his message for policy makers, as well as his thoughts on how the CIPD and its members can work together to ensure a better working future for all.
What have we seen in the first 100 days after the UK Brexit vote?
As we pass 100 days since the UK’s vote to leave the EU, Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the CIPD, calls on members and stakeholders to use Brexit as a stimulus for applying focus to what we should already be doing as an economy and a society: to get the fundamentals right, to build a stronger, more productive workforce, and workplaces that engender growth and inclusiveness.
Perspectives on Brexit - strategic considerations and planning
Since the result of the EU referendum on 23 June, organisations have been buffeted by market forces and other factors beyond their control. With some commentators predicting a continuing “decade of uncertainty” what do organisational and people leaders see as the key areas of priority? How can they remain resilient and prepare for immediate and longer term change?
CIPD hosted a webinar, Perspectives on Brexit, Strategic Considerations and Planning, which brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss medium-term strategic and planning considerations following the EU referendum. Our panel shared their experience and insight on:
- the issues and challenges that businesses and organisations are expected to face following the referendum result
- strategies for responding to immediate and medium-term uncertainty
- leading an organisation through a period of fluctuating demand and unpredictable economic and trading circumstances
Our guest speakers included:
- Danny Mortimer – Chief Executive, NHS Employers
- Alan Price – Chief Executive Officer, Croner Group Ltd
- Steven Toft – Director, Crucible
- Ian Brinkley – Labour Market Economist
- Ben Willmott – Head of Policy and Public Affairs, CIPD
Scottish and Northern Irish perspectives on Brexit
John McGurk, Head of Scotland, CIPD, provides the Scottish and Northern Irish perspectives on Brexit, the key issues and opportunities to surface, as well as the role of HR, organisations and government.
Ireland perspective on Brexit
Mary Connaughton, Director, CIPD Ireland, provides the Irish perspective on Brexit, the key issues and opportunities to surface, as well as the role of HR, organisations and government.
Singapore perspective on Brexit
Dr Wilson Wong, Head of Insight & Futures, CIPD, analyses the key issues, implications and opportunities, as well as the critical role of HR, from the Singapore perspective.
Middle East perspective on Bexit
Matthew Mee, Managing Director — Middle East, CIPD, gives the Middle East perspective on Brexit, the effect this will have on organisations operating in the region and the key considerations for the HR sector.
Peter Cheese, CEO of the CIPD, responds to the EU referendum result
In response to the ‘leave’ decision in the EU Referendum, Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the CIPD, explains our understanding of the result and the effect it is likely to have on the world of work and the HR and L&D professions.
We examine the effects on employment law and immigration policy as well as the resulting considerations
In the context of change and uncertainty, it is vital for organisations to support and communicate effectively with their workforce and help build resilience