Union estimates 500,000 post-Brexit care staffing gap

By Naomi Larsson | 09 March 2020

The UK could face a social care staffing gap of almost 500,000 workers due to the Government’s new immigration policy, the union representing care workers has warned.

Estimates by GMB found there could be 460,000 vacancies after the new immigration rules are implemented.

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