20 Oct 2021
by Carole Broughton
Closing date: 29 Oct 2021

Call for evidence on impact of ending freedom of movement on adult social care sector closes 29 October

Has the ending of free movement affected your recruitment? Respond to the Migration Advisory Committee's call for evidence by 29 October 2021.

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has been asked by government to undertake a review of adult social care and the impact the ending of freedom of movement, specifically investigating its impact on:

•    the adult social care workforce (such as skills shortages) covering the range of caring roles in adult social care including care workers, registered nurses and managerial roles
•    visa options for social care workers
•    long term consequences for workforce recruitment, training and employee terms and conditions
•    any other relevant matters the independent chair deems appropriate which are relevant to the above objectives.

The MAC has now issued a call for evidence from those with relevant knowledge, expertise or experience, from all parts of the UK. The deadline is 29 October 2021.

There are previews of the online questionnaire for different respondent groups.

Call for evidence: The impact of the ending of freedom of movement on the adult social care sector: call for evidence 

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