Making a Brexit

Source: www.theglobalrecruiter.com --- Friday, July 13, 2018
Following the government’s publication of the Brexit white paper, The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, the REC and others have commented on what this could mean for the UK employment market.  Commenting on the Brexit white paper, The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, published by the government today (12 July 2018) the Recruitment & Confederation’s chief executive, Neil Carberry says: “There is a pragmatism to this White Paper that is welcome, even at this late hour,” said REC chief executive Neil Carberry. “Government has taken on board many business concerns about the smooth operation of our economy as we leave the EU.” Carberry is clear that recruiters need Britain to have a comprehensive mobility deal with the EU to support national prosperity. The White Paper suggests this may be possible, but, adds Carberry, it leaves too many questions unanswered. “Access to the UK for EU workers after the transition period should be based on coming to make a contribution, not a numerical target,” he says. “Those with a job should be able to work here, plugging labour shortages as record numbers of people are in employment. “We want to see eligibility to work attached to individuals rather than through sponsorship with an employer – so people are not tied to a single employer one they are here,” he adds referring to the new research published by the REC this week wh ...

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