Ryan Bridgman is the regional director of UK & I at Jobrapido.
The post-Brexit immigration plans will put an end to visas for low-skilled workers.
Overall, 15 per cent of the UK workforce are planning on leaving the UK.
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“Key issue HR will face after Brexit will be the likelihood of skills shortages.”
The REC, BCC and CBI have all signed the letter offering help.
There are more changes than Brexit and IR35 to come in 2020.
HR, banking, and logistics salaries will remain roughly the same in 2020.
Criticism of the system is that it puts too much attention on skilled workers.
“Brexit presents an opportunity for HR departments to step up to the challenge.”
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Voter fatigue occurs when people have to repeatedly vote.
The past four weeks have seen a spike in negative employee comments surrounding Brexit.
Brexit and Trump’s trade wars are dampening the desire to take on new people.
A no-deal Brexit could push the budget back by a few weeks.
23 per cent said they have considered suicide due to their financial worries.