Brexit: Implications for Employers

July 22, 2016

On 23 June 2016, the UK public voted to leave the EU, sending shockwaves throughout Europe.

After a period of political upheaval, Theresa May succeeded David Cameron on 13 July 2016 as the UK’s 76th Prime Minister, with the task of negotiating the terms of the UK’s exit from, and future relationship with, the EU. As the media feeding frenzy continues, we consider the key practical implications of Brexit for employers, how UK employment law is likely to change as a result of Brexit, and how Brexit could affect employment litigation, internationally mobile workers, and remuneration structures and incentive schemes.