The impact of a Brexit on UK Employment law

Publication: Lawyer2B

On 23rd June 2016 the nation will vote on whether or not the UK should remain a member of the EU. If the UK’s exit from the EU (the Brexit) goes ahead, there will predictably be a number of significant changes across the UK. One area likely to be affected by these changes is employment law.

While a number of key employment rights in the UK do originate from the EU this doesn’t necessarily mean that these rights will be lost in the event of a Brexit.

One area of particular concern for both employers and employees is how an exit would impact on the free movement of workers throughout the UK.

If the UK was to leave the EU…

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