Government to change work permit scheme to allow people from outside the EU to to address labour shortages

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So Ireland it seems is struggling to fill gaps in the labour market, struggling so bad it cant use any of the 150K who are unemployed, or the millions of unemployed people across the European Union.

What are these jobs?

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys has announced changes to the work permit scheme to address immediate shortages of low-skilled, lower wage employees in the horticulture, meat processing, and dairy industries.

The changes will enable employers to apply to bring in 800 workers from outside the European Economic Area from next Monday.


Work permit scheme changes to address labour shortages
 

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Millions unemployed across Europe, nearly 200 hundred thousand on the dole or job activation schemes but this government claims we can fill the gaps in low skilled jobs?

BULLSH IT

Just another way to get to the 1 million population increase by 2040 into Ireland.

Killing the Irish unborn so Ireland can be handed over to the invaders.
 
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Millions unemployed across Europe, nearly 200 hundred thousand on the dole or job activation schemes but this government claims we can fill the gaps in low skilled jobs?

BULLSH IT

Just another way to get to the 1 million population increase by 2040 into Ireland.

Killing the Irish unborn so Ireland can be handed over to the invaders.
God knows how history will remember these times. Never has such treachery gone unnoticed.
 

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Let's be honest, these workers who appear to have already been lined up are coming from poverty countries like Brazil.

How many of them do you think will ever return home? These jobs aren't temp jobs, they are potential jobs for life. They will be afforded all employment laws and protections the same as an Irish person, thus after paying into the system, they will receive full contribution benefits and more.


Family reunification

Your right to have your family come and live with you in Ireland depends on the type of permit you have. You can find out about the residence rights of family members.
Protection for migrant workers

Foreign nationals who are legally working in Ireland have exactly the same rights under employment legislation as Irish working here.
The new employment permit is given to the employee. The permit contains a statement of the rights and entitlements of the worker. The statement of rights includes the information about when and how the worker may change employment. The statement also includes details of pay, rights under the national minimum wage legislation and any deductions which it is proposed to make from that pay – for example, for accommodation. The national minimum wage legislation allows for certain deductions to be made from the statutory minimum pay of an employee if the employee is provided with board and/or lodgings.
Employers are not allowed to deduct expenses associated with recruitment from the employee's pay and are not allowed retain any of the worker’s personal documents.


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This part is interesting

The national minimum wage legislation allows for certain deductions to be made from the statutory minimum pay of an employee if the employee is provided with board and/or lodgings.


I wonder how much accommodation is being provided to reduce that minimum wage requirement?


THis is the real scam, it was used in the UK a few years back, looks like Ireland is playing catch up.

Remember, the migrant worker's cant change jobs, they are on a visa and can only remain by keeping that job, I bet these jobs come with accommodation.

Revealed: Scandal of Britain's fruit-farm workers

Bulgarians are flown to Britain, live in packed caravan compounds and pocket just £45 a week to pick fruit for Britain's biggest retailers

The workers are officially paid the minimum wage of £5.74, a comparatively high sum for foreign nationals who often have an average annual income of less than £3,000 in their own countries. But employee pay slips obtained by The Independent show that the real hourly rate for the company's fruit pickers often amounts to less than half the minimum wage once a series of obligatory charges has been deducted.



One pay slip handed to The Independent by a Bulgarian employee who still picks strawberries on a farm in Brierley near Leominster, Herefordshire, showed that his net pay one week once the charges were removed was £45.12 for 19 hours of work – an equivalent of being paid just £2.37 an hour. Another employee at the same farm was paid £58 for 22 hours' work, the equivalent of just £2.61 per hour. The most substantial pay slip seen by The Independent, which was earned by a fruit picker last month, provided £70 for 16 hours' work, or £4.43 per hour.
Revealed: Scandal of Britain's fruit-farm workers
 

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When the Varadkar Régime says there's labour shortages, it means there's a shortage of Third World slaves who will work for subsistence wages. The Native Irish are to be murdered in the womb, and their places taken by desperate people who have no ancestral claim to the land of Ireland.
 

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When the Varadkar Régime says there's labour shortages, it means there's a shortage of Third World slaves who will work for subsistence wages. The Native Irish are to be murdered in the womb, and their places taken by desperate people who have no ancestral claim to the land of Ireland.
Of course. The thing is. The police state is being constructed around the idea that there will be a push back. However, our destruction will not be a whimper. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Maybe western civilisation is getting a kick up the arse?
 

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Farmers complained of shortage of cheap labour.
A few years back my lad was turning turf, the field next door had a busload of Brazilians doing exactly the same thing, the bus came dropped them off and returned at 6pm to pick them up. Seems to be more of the same.
 
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A few years back my lad was turning turf, the field next door had a busload of Brazilians doing exactly the same thing, the bus came dropped them off and returned at 6pm to pick them up. Seems to be more of the same.
It's the illegals and fake students who are profitable.
 
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