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Brexit News Links

Author: EasternEuropeans 2017

The below employment related news links gives UK employers an idea of what is happening in the general job market as well as specific job industries in the run-up to Brexit. Having an idea of what is happening in the UK as well as being aware of your EU-wide competition( Germany in particular) for the same group of workers, may help you shape any staffing requests to any recruitment agency you require assistance from as the UK job market does not operate in isolation.

CNBC
EU workers coming to UK drops

BBC
Food Industry workers - www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41025082

Nursing Numbers drop- www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-40248366

Reuters
Food Industry worker shortages

Sky News
Worker shortages lead to unfilled UK jobs

Independent
Polish workers move to Germany

Guardian
EU Nationals and Social Care Industry




Other Articles
Job Offers -The Candidate's Perspective
It is very easy to forget that the recruitment process is a two-way process between employer and employee, and not just about the employer, and must be looked at as such.

Practical versus unrealistic Recruitment
All employers would like to take on staff who stay long term, but sometimes a significant minority forget that in order to have a good chance of doing so, you also need to provide a normal, fair, competitive and hassle-free environment for your employee.

Minimum wage in Euros across 22 EU countries
The table in this article as compiled by Europa.eu gives employers the range of nominal minimum wages expressed in Euros across most EU countries.

NHS and Care Homes Recruitment after Brexit
The UK Office for National Statistics estimates that 91,000 UK care workers, one in seven, are non-EU immigrants. Another statistical estimate is that 71,600 social care jobs, one in 20, twice the rate for the UK labour force as a whole, are unfilled.

Differences in National Minimum Wage Compared Across Europe
Many countries in Europe operate under a set statutory minimum wage that ensure that workers get paid a reasonable salary. In Europe, many countries have a minimum wage rate plan in place except for countries like Denmark, Italy and Sweden.

Difference between a Nanny and an Au Pair
When looking to hire domestic staff, one should be aware of the fact that there are differences between a Nanny and an Au Pair. They each have their own sets of duties that they carry out.

Care and Hospitality View on Living Wage
The pressures of the Living Wage on employers will be substantial because it will affect not only basic salary but also holiday pay, pension contributions, and overtime rates. The pay rate issue is already in the spotlight.

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