What does Brexit mean for Global Employee Mobility and Immigration? has been saved
What does Brexit mean for Global Employee Mobility and Immigration?
Deloitte Ireland advises clients on Global Employer Services related to Employee Mobility, Tax and Immigration issues
The result of the UK’s Brexit referendum creates uncertainty and a wide range of issues that multinational companies, in particular, must consider in deciding where to locate their offices and staff, from tax-equalisation and executive remuneration strategies to the potential need for work visas in the future. These guides provide an overview of things to consider in planning your response to Brexit. Our tax and immigrations specialists are available to answer any questions you may have.
The UK has voted to leave the EU: Employee considerations for you
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) will inevitably cause a period of uncertainty for businesses and employees. We have put together this brief guide to Brexit to offer an insight into what is likely to happen next and the potential issues to consider for immigration and internationally mobile employees.
A guide to Brexit: Immigration, global mobility and reward
The UK’s decision to leave the EU will inevitably cause a period of great uncertainty for businesses and individuals. We have put together this guide to Brexit to offer an insight into what is likely to happen next and the potential issues to consider for immigration, mobility and reward.