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Mark Colton – SW Region Employer Engagement Team Helen Giles – SW EURES Adviser. The South West Position and Approach. Key Facts. There is no definitive way of measuring the size of the migrant work force.
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Mark Colton – SW Region Employer Engagement Team Helen Giles – SW EURES Adviser The South West Position and Approach
Key Facts • There is no definitive way of measuring the size of the migrant work force. • The data used from NINO allocations and WRS is subject to all migrant workers and employers following given guidelines. This may not be the case.
Monitoring Trends In Migration • Two sources of data readily available that provide some indication of migration trends • National Insurance Number Allocations • A8 Countries Worker Registration Scheme (WRS) • These provide indications of broad trends in immigration flows.
Changes Trends of Migration Source 100% extract from National Insurance Recording System at 25th June 2005
Jobcentre Plus and European Recruitment • Jobcentre Plus is able to offer employers a way to recruit from European members countries. • This is achieved by use of the European Employment Advisors network or EURES