Brexit: Acas guide

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Any changes to workplaces will depend on the type of future relationship between the UK and the EU.

Author: Kiril Moskovchuk
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Acas has recently published a guide on Brexit in the context of employment.

The full guide can be found here.

A lapidary summary of the forthcoming changes can be this one sentence: “Any changes to workplaces will depend on the type of future relationship between the UK and the EU.” 

Good to know at least this looks certain.

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Kiril Moskovchuk

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