Skilled workers shun UK in Brexit ‘brain drain’ There is concern that banks and multinationals could relocate after Brexit
Eastern Eye Staff
British businesses are struggling to fill in vacancies because of a drop in the supply of European Union (EU) nationals following the Brexit vote, a new report has revealed. The growth of EU nationals in employment halved to just 30,000 in the final quarter of 2016, a survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) released on Monday (13), showed. There are currently about 2.26 million EU nationals working in Britain, according to the latest data. “The survey data… suggest that a fall in the supply of EU nationals may heighten recruitment difficulties in the year ahead,” the…
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