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Tag: Migration Advisory Committee

“Low-skilled” EU workers to have limited entry in ‘no-deal’ scenario, recommends MAC report

EU, Brexit, Customs
Under the Migration Advisory Committee’s final recommendations for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, “low skilled” EU workers would have to use the Youth Mobility Scheme to enter the UK labour market - causing a mixed response from tourism and hospitality trade chiefs. The only route of entry for “low skilled” EU workers following a ‘no-deal’ Brexit would be the Youth Mobility Scheme,...

Operators praise workforce and prioritise consistency post- Brexit

Coinslot - workforce post-Brexit
As an independent committee conducts its report into the role of EU workers following Brexit, Coinslot spoke to seasonal operators about the impact any immigration deal may have on their workforce.   FEC operators have praised staff as the “lifeblood of the industry” and emphasised the importance of an accessible, reliable, and consistent seasonal workforce in post-Brexit Britain. As a Migration Advisory...

Leisure and hospitality sectors welcome MAC

Coinslot - Migration Advisory sectors
Responding in chorus to the government’s announced intention to study the role of EU workers in post-Brexit Britain, the ALMR, BBPA, BHA and BALPPA have emphasised how crucial migrant labour is to their respective sectors.   Trade association chiefs from the leisure and hospitality sectors welcomed home secretary Amber Rudd’s announcement on 26 July that a Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), made...