The global pandemic sent economies all over the world into a tailspin, forcing companies worldwide to take up a remote-first approach. In addition, the UK’s departure from the European Union is predicted to cause significant changes for companies hiring international employees going forward, if they aim to bring them to the UK to live and work.
Companies now have to stay on top of the constantly evolving business environment due to Brexit, while continuing to mitigate Covid-19’s impact on their organizations. The long-term effect of Brexit on the UK and Europe remains difficult to predict with utmost certainty. However, it is important for companies to develop business resilience and adapt to change.
As employees relocate, both due to the pandemic and Brexit, companies need to ensure they are staying compliant. This involves reviewing a catalog of new filings, activities, and procedures for your finance and legal staff. Is your company ready to adapt to the new normal of the post-pandemic Brexit reality?
Join Globalization Partners’ experts Benny Goede, Human Resources Specialist for the Netherlands, Ramin Nathani, HR Specialist, UK, and Barbara Mangan, Global Audit & Compliance Manager, in this discussion about the issues businesses will have to face as a result of Brexit, and how to prepare to overcome the challenges by taking advantage of new opportunities.
We will discuss:
- What Brexit means for businesses in the UK and Europe
- How to build business resilience during Brexit-related uncertainties
- How companies can accelerate their growth with strategic talent acquisition and by tapping into new markets