The UK parliament has decided to reject Theresa May’s deal on how the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will look.
Ellis Whittam support over 17,000 employers with Employment Law, HR and Health and Safety and therefore, are uniquely placed to understand the barometer of business concerns.
Mark Ellis, Founder of Ellis Whittam, reflects on what this vote means for employers across the UK.
Founder of Ellis Whittam responds to Brexit vote
Mark Ellis, Founder of Ellis Whittam
Mark Ellis states “Our clients work in the real world, where regardless of political persuasion and regardless of whether they support Brexit or not, they have a job to do – they have to compromise, they have to be pragmatic and they make the most of the situation in which they find themselves – rather than delaying, dillly -dallying or holding put for some ideal. If they did that, they’d be out of business and their employees would lose their jobs.
By rejecting the proposed deal today, by not compromising, by not being pragmatic – Parliament has prolonged and intensified business uncertainty.”