Read below for steps to take regarding Brexit implications for your people.

Step 1:
Determine how many EU citizens you directly employ in the UK and when they first came here. You can read more about this here
Step 2:
Revisit your right to work checks, and ensure that they are still current. 
Step 3:
Assess how many of your UK employees are based in the EU. Read this blog for more information. 
Step 4:

Find out how long they have resided in the EU for.

Step 5:
Determine how many of your employees travel into the EU for temporary periods of time to work. Page 19 of our 'Navigating Brexit' report has more detail about this. 

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