Tips on how to keep your EU staff

14 July 2017

With many EU-national procurement professionals still unsure about the rules of engagement, Jonathan Beech, of immigration law firm Migrate UK, offers some advice.

Despite the announcement from Theresa May on EU citizens being given the right to settle in the UK after Brexit, the situation remains confusing. With the difference between permanent residency (PR) and settled status and whether or not EU citizens need to re-apply still unclear, there are some helpful steps to take:

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