Blog tagged as Brexit
Explore the key issues impacting the UK economy, from Brexit implications and labor shortages to the housing crisis and the pressure to transition to greener practices. Discover the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the UK's economic landscape.
While the general discussion of Brexit has died down, to some degree, employers of EEA Nationals must continue stay tuned and engage with the challenges ahead.
As Brexit continues to loom large on the horizon and many businesses are faced with doubts about the implications of it, 61% of UK SMEs are keen to reverse the process.
Recent research suggests that German SMEs are outpacing those based in the UK at an alarming rate; causing a deficit that means if UK workers could catch up to our German counterparts we’d see an increase of £57 billion go back into the economy each year.
One of the biggest challenges facing SMEs is always finding the right staff to add to the workforce. It’s a perennial issue and something that businesses in every sector deal with.
Moving house is often described by those who have experienced it as the most stressful time during their lives. The upheaval of your life and the need to pack up all your belongings and sometimes, relocate to a completely different part of the country, is understandably, a fairly hefty challenge.
The impact of Brexit is far-reaching and is likely to negatively impact on a number of industries, one being hospitality.
The collapse of Carillion, a major British multinational facilities management and construction services company, has highlighted some major downfalls within the UK construction industry .
The impending doom of Brexit is still hanging over many SMEs heads, particularly with regards to expanding and trading globally and boosting profitability.
While there is still uncertainty surrounding whether we will have a hard or soft Brexit, it is important that SMEs prepare whatever the outcome is in 2019.
With SMEs in the UK continuing to flourish and being hailed as the backbone of the British economy it may be time for them to set their sights further afield and expand their offering overseas.
Speculations surrounding the upcoming Brexit are still circulating, and the most recent revelation is regarding the expansion that could occur if a soft Brexit was to take place.
SME’s face uncertain times in the coming year with the growing threat of Brexit and the many changes both in the UK and overseas.
The current climate of financial uncertainty makes this a tricky time for small businesses seeking funding. Brexit has left many in the business and finance worlds scratching their heads as to how SMEs will continue to find sources of funding in a post-Brexit world...