EMA to lose 25% of staff as hard Brexit approaches
As UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal is expected to be rejected Tuesday in a House of Commons vote, the EMA has said that after closely monitoring staffers’ intentions to relocate to Amsterdam, it currently expects a staff loss of about 25%.
The 25% figure might seem like a lot of staffers to lose (about 225 of 900 lost), but that figure is on the low end of predictions from a survey in September 2017 that found EMA expected to lose at least 19% of its staffers no matter which city was selected.
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