Thousands of ‘posted worker’ ski jobs in France lost

Job cuts of almost a third (30%) linked to Brexit are shown in a survey of independent UK travel businesses which send Britons to seasonal postings in EU countries, such as France.

Seasonal Businesses in Travel (SBiT) says a survey of 65 of its members found they have cut 1,700 jobs since 2016, due to fears that Brexit will end the “posted worker” status they use.

Scaled up across all such jobs for Britons, it means about 3,200 jobs, usually filled by Britons aged 18-34.

Posted worker arrangements allow people employed by a UK firm, and paying UK tax and ...

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