I am starting to pick up the first real concerns from employers around the status of job applicants and employees who are European Union citizens in the immediate post-Brexit period
You're probably aware that to address the employment status of EU citizens in the post-Brexit period, there is a "Settlement Scheme" which will be fully open by 30 March 2019.
Overall there has been an expectation that there would be a clear direction from central government, which would then manifest itself in clear advice from Department of Enterprise and Industry, through professional bodies, and also from Invest NI - but advice has been scarce and to this point not actionable.
Also business have not had to address where they can source low skilled labour as there has been a supply over the last twenty years (albeit patchy in places). But now there would seem to be a need to match support of experience of movement of people - (which I have in a previous life) more specific advice on immigration law and status and risk.
So - my question is do you have EU/ other foreign workers who would be impacted, and would you benefit from such advice?
There is also a further stream about UK workers being able to work in EU - logistics industry locally has been quite vocal on this subject ...