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May's Brexit deal defeat: What now for HRDs?

After Theresa May's extraordinary defeat in the House of Commons we asked the HR community what HR professionals should be doing next

UK firms hit by labour shortages

The British Chamber of Commerce calls for greater Brexit clarity as research finds more companies than ever before are finding it hard to recruit staff

Hiring managers hit by Brexit uncertainty

As the prime minister cancels the crucial MPs' vote on her Brexit deal, hiring concerns have mounted for businesses

A postcard from... Mexico

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

Public sector facing seven-year skills shortage

The public sector will not be able to recruit the staff needed for up to seven years based on current demand, The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has warned

A postcard from... Vietnam

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

Can HR answer the Irish border question?

Northern Ireland has found itself the focal point of Brexit negotiations, but for those that work there a resolution can’t come soon enough

Employers should be cautious following Morrisons data ruling

Legal experts have warned that employers should be cautious following the Morrisons data breach verdict?

Raising the status of the European PA

The latest Brexit developments have revealed a hole in support staff recruitment, with demand for multi-lingual staff outweighing supply

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Is this the end of free movement?

What the new Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report and its recommendations might mean for businesses

Brexit migration report: HR community reacts

A report that suggests EU workers coming to the UK should be given no preference for visas after Brexit has recieved a mixed response

A postcard from... Iceland

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

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