Sending employees to Europe after a no-deal Brexit

The main areas for consideration are social security, access to healthcare, passport requirements and immigration

Mental health support needed at all stages of a global assignment

When an employee is stationed abroad there are distinct pressures that can put them under a great deal of stress

Employers in the dark about post-Brexit immigration changes

UK organisations are not ready for new immigration restrictions, research from the CIPD shows

Brexit concerns rose among EU nationals when Boris Johnson took office

HR must focus on supporting EU citizens working in the UK, as research shows fear over Brexit increased at the time of the new PM’s appointment

How the new Cabinet may affect HR

We asked experts about what Boris Johnson and his new Cabinet may have in store for apprenticeships, immigration, pensions and skills

HR's role in safeguarding LGBT+ business travellers

With regional variations in law and culture to contend with, it’s essential that employees can travel safe in the knowledge their employer is looking out for them

Spotlight on UK expats in the travel industry

An estimated 25,000 UK citizens work in the EU supporting seasonal outbound tourism

PM refusing to safeguard citizens’ rights in no-deal Brexit

Boris Johnson’s refusal to enshrine EU citizens’ rights in law shows disregard for all migrants, including British citizens who have created new lives in Europe

How Brexit will affect UK staff working overseas

While Brexit remains as murky as ever it will certainly have an impact on UK expats working in Europe. Here's what could happen and how HR should prepare

Will lowering salary thresholds solve the skills crisis?

There is perhaps no way to change the migration system without creating winners and losers

Workers' rights body launched

Workers will be given greater protections as a result of the formation of new body according to the government, but details remain unclear

Reassure your EEA employees that it's not too bleak

Although Brexit is still confusing there is much evidence that EEA nationals are welcome to stay in the UK