We encourage all ScotlandIS members having difficulties recruiting for certain skill sets and roles to respond to a call for evidence from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC). The MAC is advising the UK Government on migration issues and is currently
For the 5th ScotlandIS Brexit Briefing, we are having a closer look at an issue that is of particular importance to our members, according to our Brexit survey from July 2016 – the future status and rights of EU nationals living and working in the UK
Earlier this month, TheCityUK and PwC released a report recommending measures to ensure the UK’s financial services sector remains competitive after Brexit.
So here’s the good news. Despite continuing political uncertainty, generated first by the referendum on Scottish independence and, last year, by the Brexit vote, Scotland’s digital technology sector is in buoyant mood.
The briefing focuses on the impact of Brexit on Scotland’s burgeoning FinTech sector and is produced in partnership with leading Scottish law firm Burness Paull, a ScotlandIS member company.