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"Employers will have been making emergency plans for weeks and months; employees will no doubt feel less prepared for the impact a Brexit might have on their jobs and that reality is about to hit home."
How an occupational safety and health professional's skills, knowledge and expertise can help organisations care for workers who are travelling the world on business is the subject of a new industry guide.
The referendum decision for the UK to leave the EU will see the introduction of costly policies for organisations that employ EU workers.
Governments must act now to address economic and social inequalities that divide people and countries, benefiting only a few and forcing the many into cycles of poverty, vulnerability and marginalization, international humanitarian and development network ACT Alliance has said.
45 percent of senior decision-makers at British SMEs* would describe their workplace as 'difficult' for disabled people with 18 percent saying disabled people were not supported in their workplace Over 30 percent said disabled access was a key barrier to increasing diversity; 20 percent agreed that SMEs cannot afford to invest in diversity, whilst a similar number agree providing flexible working arrangements can prove costly.