As this article is written, the date on which the UK will leave the European Union is still uncertain. What seems (relatively) certain is that the UK will leave the EU at some stage between the end of March 2019 and December 2020.
When we do leave the EU, the UK will have “third-country” status with the EU. This will change how we can work with EU member states. It will also have obvious repercussions for UK businesses and organisations, two-thirds of which believe Brexit will have an impact upon them, according to a YouGov survey.
This rapidly changing political landscape has limited the ability of UK companies to plan for the future. So, despite much encouragement from business leaders and government, at the end of 2018, 69 percent of employees with less than 10 employees admitted in a