Tag Archives: Brexit

El Brexit para HHRR en el Reino Unido: esperar lo mejor, planificar para lo peor

Mis mañanas en el Reino Unido en la actualidad son: levantarme prender la radio – políticos con puntos de vista distintos sobre el Brexit desayunar el periódico – comentaristas con puntos de vista distintos sobre el Brexit conmutar revisar correos – más … Continue reading →

Brexit for HR: hope for the best, plan for the worst

How is any organisation meant to plan for Brexit when so much is uncertain? Continue reading →

Os riscos mais assustadores de 2016

O Halloween recentemente trouxe muitas histórias de bruxa, fantasmas e outros personagens noturnos. Aqui no Wire, aproveitamos esta oportunidade para refletir sobre os riscos mais assustadores que nossos clientes enfrentaram este ano. Qual deles mais te assusta? Continue reading →

Scariest Risks of 2016

As Halloween nears, people’s thoughts inevitably turn to ghoulies and ghosties, and long-leggedy beasties, and things that go bump in the night. At the Wire we take this opportunity to reflect on the scariest risks our clients faced this year.  … Continue reading →

The rise of megaprojects

The advent of the ‘megaproject’ is truly upon us as such projects become a key feature of the UK project landscape. It is generally agreed that a project with a value greater than £1bn can be considered a megaproject and, … Continue reading →

Control your company’s destiny with a work strategy

In many ways Brexit news hit like a splash of cold water – a shocking surprise. In the weeks that have followed, many organizations are now experiencing a constant, sprinkler-like flow of information and activities needed to manage internal and … Continue reading →

BREXIT – Impacto en cautivas y aseguradoras de la UE: Negocios en otros estados de la UE

Tras la decisión del Reino Unido de abandonar la Unión Europea (UE), no hay certeza en cuanto al impacto que esta decisión trascendental tendrá en el sector de los servicios financieros, ciertamente no hasta que haya una mayor claridad sobre … Continue reading →

BREXIT – Impact on EU captives and insurers: Pass-porting

Following Brexit, captive owners and insurers have a maximum of two years from the triggering of Article 50, to formulate any contingency plan. Continue reading →

In, Out or Shake it all About? Cameron’s EU Dance Creates Uncertainty for the City of London

EU without UK

The UK’s attitude to Europe is best summed up by an apocryphal 1930s newspaper headline “Fog in Channel – Continent Isolated”. But unfortunately in today’s global economy the UK cannot hide behind sea mists. Continue reading →