June 16, 2024

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UK to issue visa to get rid of labor shortage |  The world

UK to issue visa to get rid of labor shortage | The world

Government United Kingdom It announced this Saturday (25) that it would issue 10,500 temporary work visas to address the labor shortage.

As Permits will be for three months from October to DecemberAnd aims to reduce labor shortages such as transportation and key sectors of the British economy such as poultry farming.

In recent days, despite the government’s efforts to reassure the public, many of Britain’s crowds have filled gas stations as shops and supermarkets run out of goods.

The decision to issue the visa goes against an order protected by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose government understands that the UK should not be dependent on foreign workers.

For months, The executive is trying to avoid seeking outsourced workersDespite warnings from various economic sectors and a shortage of 100,000 truck drivers.

UK Transport Secretary Grant Shop said, In addition to work visas, other exceptional activities will be accepted. Guaranteed delivery of goods before the holiday season.

In the coming weeks, Defense Ministry inspectors will mobilize thousands of vehicle permits to approve freight traffic.

The Ministry of Education and its agencies will open up millions of pounds to train 4,000 truck drivers.

He urged shopkeepers to cooperate “by improving working conditions and wages to retain new drivers.”

Boris Johnson has to deal with growing pressure. The Govt-19 crisis and the effects of Brexit have exacerbated the deficit, while energy prices have risen.

Factories, restaurants and supermarkets have been hit by the absence of truck drivers for months.

Drinks and milkshakes ran out at McDonald’s fast food chain last month. Its rival, KFC, was forced to remove some items from its menu, while Nanto’s chain had to temporarily close dozens of restaurants due to a lack of enough chickens to meet demand.

Labor shortages affect the UK supply chain