This great article with Dave Jenkins from Wave, really highlights some of the thoughts and feelings of myself and my colleagues surrounding the issue of the EU Referendum result.
I personally don't feel that anyone will know the true impact of the 'out vote' for at least a couple of years, once the negotiations have taken place. I think people in the UK have a habit of always fearing the worst, and I just feel that the more people express that it's going to have a negative impact, chances are, we will experience a negative outcome when perhaps it's not all that bad.
Of course, it’s been said that we will always allow the best talent into the UK if that’s what’s needed and I expect demand will ensure that happens. During this time of uncertainty, however, candidates will surely think twice until they fully know the rules around whether they will be allowed to enter the country. In fact with all this uncertainty, the UK may also lose some of its current EU talent. My point is, we voted to leave. So, let’s leave. We need to get on with it and set the new rules and regulations out. Be clear with employers and candidates as quickly as possible. The sooner we are not in a limbo state the better for everyone all round.