The minimum wage is known for foreign workforce in U.K. not just thinking ordinary. According to the Migration Observatory at Oxford University, approximately half of those working in U.K. at Level 2 of the visa earns less than the $ 30,000 threshold required by the Home Office, except in a labor-intensive sector. This exception offers a hope for a smart business migration regime after Brexit.
Visa 2 is provided to skilled immigrants who have worked in U.K. As a general rule, people who want to come to this country need to spend at least £ 30,000 each year to get a visa, though it may be even cheaper if migrants are new players in the labor market.
But if the project is in the ‘list of project shortcomings’, which includes about 9% U.K. project market, salary threshold down. Such works include many roles in medical professions as well as some types of high school teachers, among many other public sector projects.
As an exception to threshold salaries, the government also gave a release to the 20,700 migrant workers approved by David Cameron in 2011, in an effort to restrict “up to tens of thousands” migration.
excludes rates on 2 levels of вЂ <вЂ <the visa via the Request for Information for U.K. government. According to Madeleine Sumption, Director of Observatory, the purpose is to find out some exceptions that can beat £ 30k. “Data shows that the exception is important and they introduce many people (below the threshold),” he said.
The figures are interesting because it reveals greater empowerment from the government of migration, during strict supervision and debate about the post-Brexit migration policy. Phase 2 visas are only used for workers from E. and U.K. In the current rezime, E.
citizens who are free to come and work in the U.K., and in particular, make about 8% U.K. labor in earning whatever it takes. The worst was when U.K. leaving the union of many EU citizens who will be subject to a total of £ 30,000 and the sector striving to fill the vacancy will go hand in hand.
Home Officer has clearly seen this problem and explains some plans for the post-Brexit regime on white paper a few months ago. The interface is a proposal to remove the annual migration cap of 20,700 and continue to liberate the migrant sector.
“There is some flexibility to allow lower level migration” to read a white paper. The government also proposed a list of understaffins by the Migration Advisory Committee, which recommended the list to be expanded including projects such as programming and software development.
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Data from the Migration Observatory shows that it may come as a couple of fun for businesses who are concerned about how to meet the needs of a skilled workforce after Brexit.
“I (data) show some willingness to part of the government to have no one-all-purpose policy and realize that there is a difference between projects,” Madeleine Sumption said.
This is not tough for those who use their own non-skilled migrant workers, such as food processing, hospitality or farming.
For these businesses, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs), a new regime could be a nightmare recruitment, that skilled workers can not acquire visas, but that the business model is dependent on the lack of paperwork that should hire a national EU.
“Small business owners have the experience of working with non-EU employees and therefore do not have to look for non-EU visa-current systems,” said Mike Cherry, Chairman of the Small Business Federation. “Whatever the arrangement of the season will be easy to handle in terms of costs and administration.”
And more stubbornness for entrepreneurs E.U.
citizens (Cherry FSB stated that about 20% of small businesspeople have at least one citizen E. as a worker) is how much U.K. will lose the attractiveness of employees after Brexit’s employees