It’s not just the movement of goods that will be affected and many argue that once out of the union, travelling to and from European destinations may become a much more prolonged and expensive process. Not only could the cost of your trip go up in price but also the time taken crossing borders could be elongated. Some predictions warn of longer queues at passport control and more rigorous checks on items moving across borders. There are also concerns over employment stipulations both for working abroad and for employing foreign workers. All of these have potential cost implications for businesses and could impact further on the efficacy of staff travel in and out of the country, not just in terms of salaried time but also in terms of handling the added stress and morale issues for those workers who regularly travel.