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Brexit has already cost workers more than a week’s wages

?The vote to leave the European Union has already cost the average worker more than a week’s wages thanks to higher prices, according to research

The impact of the Immigration Health Surcharge increase

The government increased the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) on 8 January 2019

International hiring – it's about social connectedness

Investing in the social integration of international hires can provide employers with a winning edge

Third are worried about Brexit-related HR skills shortage

A third (32%) of HR and payroll professionals think that they don't have the skills in their departments to adapt to Brexit, according to SD Worx

Hermes to offer drivers 'self-employed-plus' status

?Courier company Hermes is to offer drivers guaranteed minimum wages and holiday pay in the first UK deal to provide trade union recognition for gig economy workers

No-deal Brexit: EU nationals’ rights made clearer

Amid the drama of MPs backing a proposal for Theresa May to renegotiate her deal, many may have missed the announcement that free movement will end in a no-deal scenario

Government launches EU Settlement Scheme

?A new post-Brexit system for registering EU nationals could create a new Windrush scandal if care is not taken, migration experts have warned

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

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