Employers urged to act fast on lower-skilled EU workers

Employers that hire lower-skilled workers from the EU have been advised to act fast if they want to guarantee being able to retain them in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Speaking to Recruiter after yesterday’s Queen’s Speech, which included a commitment by Boris Johnson’s government to end free movement of workers from the EU, Karendeep Kaur, senior immigration consultant at Migrate UK, said: “If you have forecast that you need X number of individuals and they might be from Europe, get them into the UK prior to 1 November.”...

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