Use the CIPD Ireland Brexit checklist below to identify your actions and assess your progress to ensure that your organisation is ready to take on the challenges as the UK prepares the leave the EU
With more than half of CIPD Ireland Update readers citing 'uncertainty and change' as the biggest issue facing Irish organisations, we are here to support you through this period of change. We will continue to work closely with government and key stakeholders to ensure that your voice is heard as we continue to champion better work and working lives for the benefits of individuals, businesses, economies and society.
As the professional body for HR and people development, we will draw on our strong base of evidence and experience to continue engagement with members, law makers and other key stakeholders on these important considerations.
We will continue to focus on how HR, in particular, can help build a more productive, stronger workforce, and workplaces that engender responsible and sustainable practices, matters that will become increasingly critical.
Find relevant resources and details of our ‘Brexit’ activities on this dedicated hub.
With all the debate and confusion, it's good to know that the Government of Ireland and the UK Government have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, reaffirming their commitment to maintaining the Common Travel Area (CTA), in all circumstances after the UK leaves the EU.
As Brexit looms, whatever the shape, there are a number of steps that employers should be taking in preparation
Read about the key implications of the report on progress between European Union and the United Kingdom on phase 1 of Brexit negotiations
What HR in Ireland can do to ensure that organisations are ready to take on the challenges as the UK prepares the leave the EU
As we live with the reality of Brexit negotiations, more analysis and insight is emerging on the implications for Ireland
Recently the president of European Commission visited Ireland, the European Council reiterated that Ireland has the full backing of the EU and the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) published research on the skills requirement
Brexit is impacting UK labour supply as the flow of EU nationals into the UK falls abruptly
Practical steps to help you manage and support your migrant workforce through Brexit
Common travel area, flexibility and access to skills are key considerations for Irish government and businesses
Professor John FitzGerald says how, on balance, the Brexit decision is not a good outcome for Ireland but that it will take many years to play out
Ireland perspective on Brexit
Mary Connaughton, Director, CIPD Ireland, provides the Irish perspective on Brexit, the key issues and opportunities to surface, as well as the role of HR, organisations and government.