Brexit: In times of uncertainty communication to employees is key

Published on Wednesday 29th of March, 2017

By Chrissie Davis

I bridge the gap between corporate and creative, helping clients save time and costs, gain added value through knowledge and insight, and deliver more considered outcomes.

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With Article 50 having now been triggered, the UK is on its two-year countdown to exiting the EU.


During this period of uncertainty, it’s vital that employees are kept well-informed and reassured by delivering regular updates on key topics, and how they are likely to affect the business. Communications should:

  • be honest and transparent
  • remain impartial
  • set out possible opportunities
  • offer channels for two-way dialogue and questions


Failure to communicate will create an atmosphere of uncertainty – take a leadership approach. Today’s example from London Banks is a good starting point.


Businesses require certainty and employees are no different.


EXIMIA is a communications agency founded by a corporate, for corporates. The team combines first-hand corporate experience with creativity to ensure communicating to your employees is easy, efficient and effective.


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