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Any business which recruits employees from the EU to work within the UK, may be impacted by a restriction on the free movement of employees.  Consider farmers who employ casual staff from Eastern Europe to pick strawberries/asparagus or alternatively consider the construction industry which recruits skilled workers from Poland.  Similarly, businesses which require employees to travel into Europe may find that there is a restriction on the ease with which they may be able to travel and also the length of time that they may be allowed to stay.  Businesses need to think about how they will overcome this.     

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