Well maybe not a complete vote of no confidence, but certainly does leave one wondering how many of our prized Doctors, Nurses, Teachers, Social Workers... who have traveled over from our current economic partners, will decide to move on.
So it will become even more important to find ways to inspire and ignite the connection between candidate and client to ensure we don't lose the valuable talent we already prize dearly.
Brexit will bring uncertainty, that's for sure. But sitting in our 'circle of concern' will only bring more confusion and uncertainty. Now is the time to look at what we can do and how we can transition to our 'circle of influence'. It will take planning, commitment and a belief that whatever happens, we need to plan to look after our committed and talented workforce and no matter what the future brings, there is always a shining light at the end of the tunnel.
Sterling's slide follows a dramatic day of Brexit-related news, as parliament waved through the government's eight-line Article 50 bill with no amendments. Peers in the House of Lords voted for two additions to be made to the legislation last week, calling for protection for EU citizens living in the UK and for parliament to have a "meaningful" vote on the final Brexit deal. However, after the Commons rejected both amendments, the Lords passed the original bill with no changes. As a result, Theresa May is now free to trigger Article 50, starting a two-year negotiation process to leave the European Union.