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3Novices:Brexit: Drop in EU workers contributes to labour shortage in UK, CIPD says

Brexit: Drop in EU workers contributes to labour shortage in UK, CIPD saysSectors of the UK economy which are heavily reliant on EU nationals are starting to experience skills and labour shortages, with research suggesting that the squeeze could be down to fewer EU workers seeking jobs in Britain in the wake of last year’s Brexit vote. Despite a record number of national job vacancies – about 748,000 according to ONS data – UK bosses are finding it difficult to hire right candidates due to a shortage of available workers, according to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the Adecco Group. The report, which was based on data from over 1000 employers, also shows that more than a quarter of employers also believe that the EU nationals they employ are considering leaving their jobs and possibly the country in 2017.

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