Hot The Invasion and Plantation of Ireland

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In a country where 40% of Africans are unemployed and 80% of failed asylum spoofers are never deported and get residence under and undeclared scheme if they are here for five years, we have "labour shortages"

Work permit scheme changes to address labour shortages

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.

The Irish work permit system for allowing in workers from outside the European Economic area has until now been focused on filling critical skills gaps at the higher end of the labour market.

This includes high skilled jobs and professional positions in medicine, ICT, science, finance and business.

Today's announcement from Minister Humphreys represents as significant change in that approach.

Ms Humphreys said that labour shortages at the lower end of the skills market are becoming apparent and has the potential to restrict growth if these needs are not met.

Work permit scheme changes to address labour shortages
 
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In a country where 40% of Africans are unemployed and 80% of failed asylum spoofers are never deported and get residence under and undeclared scheme if they are here for five years, we have "labour shortages"

Work permit scheme changes to address labour shortages

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.

The Irish work permit system for allowing in workers from outside the European Economic area has until now been focused on filling critical skills gaps at the higher end of the labour market.

This includes high skilled jobs and professional positions in medicine, ICT, science, finance and business.

Today's announcement from Minister Humphreys represents as significant change in that approach.

Ms Humphreys said that labour shortages at the lower end of the skills market are becoming apparent and has the potential to restrict growth if these needs are not met.

Work permit scheme changes to address labour shortages

Like I said before, Ireland is finished.
 
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@MOR: Don't know who I hate more: Men from mars or clampers

Language like this brings the site into disrepute.

(Some of us P.ie refugees are still under the floorboards - waiting for housing and free prams. You could try DDT but we are resistant)