The vast majority of UK businesses are unable to bring in overseas workers to help ease talent shortages.
The new EU-UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA) brought about by Brexit will negatively impact wages and productivity, according to a report from the Resolution Foundation.
The introduction of a Global Business Mobility visa for foreign workers is a step in the right direction, but it may need reform to effectively attract overseas talent to the UK.
After a successful trial of digital right to work (RTW) checks during the pandemic, the UK government has committed to make the move permanent, starting 6 April 2022.
The UK points-based immigration system, effective from 1 January this year, must change to ease worker crisis, a new report urges.
Employers carrying out right to work checks will be able to continue doing them digitally until 5 April 2022 following updated government guidance.
Over 93,000 EU workers have left the UK’s hospitality sector in the last year, and now the industry is offering better pay and more flexibility to attract more staff.
Employers need to be wary of false identity documents following the deadline for EU workers to apply for settled status ending.
Five years on from the Brexit referendum new research by jobsite Indeed has found UK employees in the lowest paid jobs have been most negatively affected by the decision to leave the EU.