Brexit impact on the workplace
We have collated responses and guidance on various HR themes to help you consider and approach these issues and to further the debate around the impact of Brexit on UK workplaces and employment as a whole.
- The impact of Brexit on HR
- Employee engagement in times of uncertainty
- Workforce planning
- Employment law
The HR profession is already being expected to help managers and employees to navigate their way through the short and medium-term implications of Brexit, especially as their effects of HR policy and practice become clearer.
The impact of Brexit on Shared Services (Deloitte)
Hiring EU workers in a post-Brexit world (HR Magazine)
How to prepare for Brexit (XpertHR)
Opinion: Why you might lose your British talent after Brexit (People Management)
Brexit and pay optimism (CIPD)
Brexit: What now for the recruitment industry? (Recruitment Agency Now)
Managing Brexit - 10 Tips for HR Leaders (LinkedIn Pulse)
Theresa May’s Brexit speech: what will it mean for employment? (Personnel Today)
Business as usual for recruitment and retention in post-Brexit Britain … for now (Workplace Insight)
Brexit – the road ahead (Aon)
Labour Market Outlook (CIPD)
HR should be leading on Brexit talent planning (HR Magazine)
Brexit – The end of the road for data protection reform? (HR Magazine)
Will Brexit be good or bad for UK occupational health and safety? (Personnel Today)
What does Brexit mean for HR? (HR Magazine)
Even if the detailed implications of Brexit remain unclear for the next year or two, employers will be keen to ensure that employees are as informed and engaged as possible during this period of uncertainty.
Employee engagement after Brexit (Great Places to Work)
The unpredictable digital age calls for a fresh approach to reward management (People Management)
UK needs the most engaged employees in Europe if it is to succeed in the post-Brexit business landscape (Institute of Internal Communications)
It is already clear that, in some sectors, Brexit has prompted concerns over future labour supply. For employers facing uncertainty, this means putting resources and thinking into workforce planning, a process which has previously suffered from the mistaken belief that it holds no value in uncertain times.
Modern workforce planning takes a more flexible approach and increasingly seeks to understand what certain futures might look like and what an organisation will need to do to embrace them positively.
Power up: The UK Workplace (Deloitte)
The civil service after Article 50 (Institute for Government)
British business will need its foreign language speakers (Financial Times (£))
The British civil service faces a great Brexit challenge (The Conversation)
UK food industry fears Brexit exodus of EU workers (Financial Times (£))
London-based financial firms in talks with Amsterdam over possible relocation to Dutch capital (International Business Times)
3 rules to remember to retain your EU workforce (HR Grapevine)
Businesses need reassurance on EU employees (British Chambers of Commerce)
The UK's departure from the EU may have employment law consequences for UK employers as the precise terms of Brexit become clearer. Here we will post material which helps HR professionals monitor informed opinion and helpful guidance.
No immigration clarity from Queen's Speech (HR Magazine)
Could a bad Brexit deal reduce workers’ rights across Europe? (Work Foundation)
What about the workers? The implications of Brexit for British and European labour (Competition & Change)
As bad as it gets: the White Paper on Brexit (Professor Steve Peers' EU Law Analysis Blog)
Workers’ rights beyond Brexit (TUC Touchstone Blog)
Fawcett launches Sex Discrimination Law Review (Fawcett Society)
Brexit: 10 ways the EU protects British workers' rights (Independent)
Brexit: what's the legal position if employees must relocate? (Personnel Today)
Brexit debate: Government gives no guarantees on worker rights (Personnel Today)
Employment law to be carried over ‘wherever practical’ after Brexit (People Management)