EEF response to the Home Affairs Committee inquiry into immigration policy

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EEF has responded to the Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into immigration policy.

Our response highlights:

  • the important role EU nationals play in the manufacturing workforce
  • the job roles EU nationals fill in the manufacturing workplace and the reasons why manufacturers recruit EU nationals
  • the need for employers to be able to post workers to and from EU member states
  • the impact of applying the same, or similar, restrictions to EU nationals as are currently applied to non-EU nationals.

You can read our full response below.

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Head of Education & Skills Policy

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