NPA EU labour survey closed
13th Oct 2017 / By Alistair Driver
The NPA's EU labour survey, which will help us inform the Government on its post-Brexit labour policy, is closed.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to advise the Government on how the UK’s immigration system 'should be aligned with a modern industrial strategy'.
The MAC is now seeking views from across the UK economy on various issues, including the extent of EU labour employed and the type of work performed, the benefits and disadvantages of EU labour and the likely impact of changes to its availability in future. It is also seeking views on the relationship between EU and domestic labour and the issues around employing domestic labour, including skill levels and the provision of training by our educational establishments.
The NPA has been asked for its views and to help inform our response and our wider lobbying efforts on the issue, we are asking members - farmers, processors and allied businesses - to fill in a short online survey.
It is very important for us to be able to back up our concerns over the Government's current thinking on immigration and labour with evidence from members.
The NPA carried out a shorter EU labour survey a year ago. The results can be viewed here