LAS VEGAS — When British citizens voted to leave the European Union (EU) on June 23, 2016, they didn’t have a clear idea what departure from the EU meant, according to Julia Onslow-Cole, an attorney with Fragomen in London.
Speaking at “Brexit and Other Mobility Issues in the United Kingdom and European Union,” a concurrent session held June 25 at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, Onslow-Cole shared her thoughts on “how the U.K. ended up in the mess of Brexit” and explained what it might mean, particularly for businesses and workers in the region.
The EU is a single market with all 28 countries sharing four freedoms of movement: people, capital, goods and services.
Iceland, Norway and…
Credit to Allen Smith, J.D. for the original post.