Talent Recruitment Strategies that take advantage of the Brexit
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When the UK joined the European Economic Community (EEC) on 1 January 1973, nobody could imagine that quite exactly 40 years later, in January 2013, then Prime Minister David Cameron announced a referendum on EU membership before the end of 2017. What started as the attempt to regain political power in his political party ended on 23 June 2016 with a 51.9% vote to leave the EU. Since then UK politics did not much to develop a roadmap for leaving the EU, but raised the level of confusion and even further incited insecurities of the future of the UK inside their country and throughout the world.
What is next?
A separation is not the solution to globalization challenges –and what made the UK great some hundred years ago will not be the solution to today’s challenges. What matters today is integration within a global context to be relevant in the future. The British will be very busy for the next years to handle their relatively nonsensical EU exit in a complicated way –and the longer politics in the UK do no seriously prepare for the Brexit, the more likely a hard and economically devastating break will be the outcome for the UK, but not necessarily for the rest of the world. If you cannot change it, you should try to take advantage of it. So, isn’t there a positive aspect of the Brexit?
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