Brexit: its impact on global mobility

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How will Brexit affect global mobility and the multinational companies? Michael F Dickmann, of Cranfield University, and Andrea Piacentini, co-founder of the RES Forum, share the results of new research in this article from Relocate Magazine.

The UK’s referendum decision on 23rd June 2016 to leave the European Union (EU) caused shock waves in political and business circles around the world. There is still considerable uncertainty surrounding how the economy, trade tariffs and the free movement of people, goods and services will be affected by the exit deal eventually negotiated between the British government and the EU. Many expatriates currently living in Britain, and UK citizens working in EU states, face a substantial degree of uncertainty and change.

In January, the RES Forum, an international HR and global mobility networking and information-sharing group with over 1,300 members in more than 500 companies based in over 40 countries around the world, surveyed its members about Brexit and the state of socio-political global mobility developments.

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Source: Relocate Magazine