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The Future of Immigration in the Hospitality Sector Post-Brexit

Head of Immigration, Gemma Goodhead comments in The Caterer, Licensee and Hotelier News on what immigration rules hospitality businesses should be aware of in the hospitality industry when they are employing staff that are EU nationals.

She states that "the British Hospitality Association estimates that one third of all EEA migrants living in the UK work within the hospitality and tourism industry" and that in the wake of Brexit, businesses need to support their employees to ensure that they don't loose out.

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