Brexit

Now that the UK has left the EU, what does Brexit mean for employers in both the UK and the EU? We take a look.

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The Brexit Guide for International Employers

The UK left the EU at the end of January 2020 but remained tied to EU rules during a ‘transition period’ that lasts until 31 December 2020. But now that time is upon us and businesses on both sides of the Channel are preparing for what comes next.

We explore how a number of issues between the UK and the EU may be handled from 1 January 2021 onwards. In the Guide we provide:
– business travel;
– employment and residence;
– frontier workers;
– permanent residence, securing residence and work status.

Countries Rules after Brexit
Croatia Brexit and Croatia: the rules from 1 January 2021 Read more
Denmark UK nationals, work and travel in Denmark after Brexit: what has changed? Read more
Estonia Work, residence and business travel in Estonia after Brexit for UK nationals Read more
Finland Living and working in Finland after Brexit: the new rules for UK nationals Read more
Germany Brexit and Germany: an essential guide for employers and employees Read more
Italy Brexit, Italy and the UK: the new rules on working, living and travelling Read more
Luxembourg What has changed for UK nationals working and living in Luxembourg after Brexit? Read more
Malta Brexit and Malta: the new rules for UK nationals Read more
Netherlands Brexit and the Netherlands: a guide for employers and employees Read more
Spain Working and living in Spain after Brexit: what changes for UK nationals? Read more
Sweden The new rules for UK nationals living and working in Sweden after Brexit Read more
United Kingdom Brexit, immigration and work: what has changed since 1 January 2021 in the UK? Read More

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Brexit Taskforce

Our specialist employment lawyers from across the EU and UK are here to help. You are welcome to contact Sophie Maes, partner in our Belgian firm, Claeys & Engels and James Davies, partner in our UK firm Lewis Silkin for any issue to do with Brexit. You can also contact Sam Everatt, Executive Director of Ius Laboris if you would like to be put in touch with a law firm in any country in the EU or beyond for your Brexit questions.
Sophie Maes
Partner
James Davies
Partner
Sam Everatt
Executive Director

Please contact us with any questions or requests for advice on any Brexit-related issue.