Immigration cap reached for the first time
This means that, going forward, UK employers are going to find it increasingly difficult to recruit the non-European Economic Area (non-EEA) nationals they need to fill specialist roles where they have been unable to source suitably qualified local workers.
This publication sets out:
- an explanation of the immigration cap;
- details of how meeting it will affect UK employers looking to employ non-EEA workers; and
- how we can assist in managing the effects and consequences of the cap regularly being reached.