Draft Brexit agreement delivers on one of recruitment’s concerns

Prime Minister Theresa May’s draft Brexit agreement does deliver on one of the most pressing concerns for recruiters – the ability to do trade deals with non-EU countries.

Earlier this week, ahead of publication of the agreement, Recruiter spoke to agency bosses for their thoughts on the news that a draft Brexit agreement between the UK and EU had emerged.

While agency bosses were split over whether a second referendum was a good idea, they all said any final Brexit deal must enable the UK to do...

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