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EEA nationals beware of unconscious bias

Brexit is a popular topic for all at the moment. This is particularly true for businesses who have staff from the EEA, but also those who have EEA citizens applying for vacant positions.

In this article which appeared in the HR Director, Head of Employment Chris Cook and Head of immigration Gemma Goodhead warn companies of unconscious bias.

Businesses must be careful to not discriminate against EEA nationals in the wake of the Brexit vote, not only because this could be a breach of the Equality Act, but also because this can be wholly unwarranted based on what we know so far about the post-Brexit plan for immigration. By Chris Cook, Partner and Head of the Employment Law Team, and Gemma Goodhead, Head of the Immigration Team at SA Law.

To read the full article, click here.

CONTACT CHRIS

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or an Employment law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Chris Cook on 01727 798089.

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