Brexit could lead to heavy admin burden
9th Aprile 2016 | Dicono di noi
NonStop recognises internal talent is key to success and part of our focus on providing the best working environment, is a freedom of movement policy.
Our consultants – be they from the UK or the EU – can move to any of our offices, including London and Switzerland, after completing their initial training in Prague.
But should a Brexit go ahead, our offices could potentially lose much of their diversity and our Prague-based training academy, which gives our consultants the tools to succeed while fuelling our growth, may have to split.
We would face a potential huge administration burden in obtaining work permits, or have to relocate employees to/from the UK – obstacles that would echo across Europe.
And like the Scottish independence vote, this is a referendum where the rules of being in or out are unknown meaning no one knows what they’re voting for. For more on Brexit, check out NonStop founder Kevin Smith’s thoughts in the April issue of Recruitment International magazine.