Businesses and Brexit Preparedness: CMI ResponseTuesday 01 December 2020
Businesses have had to endure unprecedented amounts of change and uncertainty throughout 2020 as a result of the pandemic. For many, this will have interrupted planning for the end of the Brexit transition period, either through staffing disruption or having to use up Brexit stockpiles. Encouragingly, our research found that despite these challenges the majority of organisations are confident they are prepared for the end of the transition period and for a no deal scenario if this were to happen. But this is by no means universal.
Download and read our November 2020 submission to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee inquiry on Business and Brexit Preparedness, for CMI's latest data insights on Brexit preparations.
CMI's Brexit Hub
As the Brexit transition period comes to an end, check out our resources for leading through new challenges and opportunities. CMI’s Brexit Hub is here to provide practical guidance to support managers in leading their teams and organisation through this change.Brexit Hub
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