Brexit and immigration
Read our response to the APPG on migration
In February, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Migration launched an inquiry into the experiences of SMEs and public sector organisations, and what they require from a post-Brexit immigration system.
The CIPD’s response focuses on the potential impact of a reduction in the supply of EU migrants, the impact on wages of controls on migrants, the case for a regional immigration policy and the potential for an extension of existing controls on EU migrants.
The CIPD also gave oral evidence to the committee on Tuesday 21 March.
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