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    How to prepare your travellers for Brexit

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    As we approach the impending withdrawal from the EU, many travellers are still in the dark about how Brexit will impact the way we travel. With that in mind, Peter Snowdon, head of global account management at TAG, shares his insights on how travellers can best deal with the changes. Although a lot of uncertainty […]

    Join the PA Life panel at The PA Show

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    Chaired by PA Life’s editor Jade Burke, the session will cover all things Brexit and business travel, including visas, price fluctuations and travel insurance.   This year at The PA Show, Jade Burke, editor of PA Life, will be hosting an exclusive panel session focussing on Brexit and how business travel may be affected. Dubbed […]

    74% of professionals demand a second Brexit vote

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    New research has discovered that 74 per cent of professionals now seek a second Brexit referendum, following Prime Minister Theresa May’s vote of no confidence.  On Wednesday, December 12, Prime Minister Theresa May faced a vote of no confidence within her own Conservative party. This had the potential to make May resign and for the party […]

    Which city will your next job be in?

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    Some people love the stability of staying in a job long-term whilst others enjoy the opportunity to travel and move around trying to market themselves to get the best job possible. For a lot of people, the same is true of trying to find a job. When we search for a job, we often just […]

    Three in five employers report impending skills crisis

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    As Brexit threatens the pipeline of skilled workers, employers are facing numerous recruitment challenges, but will your company be okay? In its latest Business Barometer, which monitors the skills landscape of the UK, The Open University found that three in five (61%) employers believe the skills shortage has worsened in the last year, and over half […]

    What benefits will Brexit bring to small businesses?

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    How could businesses be affected post-Brexit? As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, Parliament needs to take the opportunity to further support small businesses, according to new statements. Responding to Treasury Select Committee Chair Nicky Morgan and Labour MEP Mary Honeyball’s concerns about potential changes to the way VAT is collected in the UK […]

    Firms prioritise staff over Brexit preparations

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    Businesses are more concerned about retaining and developing staff than the potential impact of Brexit, according to new research. Talent acquisition and management specialist Alexander Mann Solutions surveyed senior HR professionals, and discovered that almost a quarter of companies’ top priority was working out how to retain top staff, compared to 9% of firms focussing […]