the Question of immigration, has in the last few weeks, sailed up to the top of the political agenda. For companies heavily dependent on exports and operating on the international market is the availability of expert knowledge are often critical to the business. In the Swedish newspaper Expressen op-ed piece (21/2) state the Time, that there is a need for a substantial tightening of the current system. The arguments contained in it are mind-boggling.
business owners have long called attention to the importance of an effective system of labour migration, which is based on the business needs of the workforce. At the same time, the company has been clear about the fact that the abuse of the system, must be countered vigorously and have an impact on the companies and individuals who are abusing the system.
the Problem is that mr Färm and mr Rynoson seem to have little knowledge about the entrepreneurs ' lives and to the terms and conditions as they are confusing immigration with the poor functioning of the labour market. Of course, the unemployed in Sweden, to get the effective education and training programs, in conjunction with the language if it is necessary, in order to get to work. The challenge is that all of this is very bad, in the day.
in the Confidence of the public employment service's record, and the companies are able to at the moment don't receive the appropriate help from the authorities to find the workers. To hinder the ability of companies to find the right skills for the business which, after all, be able to attract employees from a third country, will continue to have an adverse effect on the Swedish labour market.
A must-have in order to cope with the competition
If Sweden is to cope with the global competition, we need to ensure an effective, predictable and transparent framework for the migration. The needs of businesses and the ability to find the right expertise must be in the first place, and not to the question of how important the workers are stopped from going to Sweden. < / span> < / span>
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