Solving the post-Brexit skills gap
Held on 9 November, this recent debate considered the implications of Brexit for access to suitably skilled workers for engineering businesses and the transport sector as a whole, and explored ideas about how to ensure the UK has the skills it needs in the sector in the post-Brexit era.
Access to suitably skilled workers is the single biggest HR issue facing businesses post-Brexit. Are concerns overstated about Brexit-related changes to the immigration rules exacerbating the existing skills gap? Or is it right to plan on the basis Brexit means that businesses will have to work even harder to address the skills gap?
We gathered representatives from business, education and public sector bodies and invited them to share their views and experiences. We have summarised our collective thinking in the following report: Solving the post-Brexit skills gap, 9 Nov 2017
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This event is part of London Transport Museum’s Interchange thought leadership programme. Interchange is a series of lively, thought-provoking and informed discussions and debates for leading thinkers and decision-makers to consider the challenges and opportunities facing cities, transport and infrastructure, today and tomorrow. These invite-only events are a benefit of Corporate Membership and are attended by senior decision-makers from TfL and across the transport industry. The events deliver on-going opportunities for building new business, cementing relationships and sharing latest ideas and thinking. The full programme can be found at https://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/support-us/corporate/thought-leadership