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What employers want to know about Brexit

First and foremost, clarity on the status of their existing workforces

By Heather Rolfe  

The House of Lords debates the governments Brexit Bill—while Theresa May watches on ©PA/PA Wire/PA Images

All eyes next week will be on the standoff between the Lords and the government over the safeguarding of rights for the three million EU citizens currently living in the UK.

It is of course this group which will be most affected by the outcome in the end. But the business owners who employ them will be concerned also, not just about the current dispute but about all future immigration arrangements.

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