In November, the Home Affairs Select Committee embarked on a wide-ranging inquiry which was assessing whether it is possible to build greater consensus on immigration policy and if so what key principles would that policy need to satisfy.

The CIPD’s response aimed to marry the responsibilities of employers towards skills investment, recruitment and pay, and employment conditions, with genuine labour and skills needs of employers.

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Brexit and immigration

Read our response to the APPG on migration

Policy engagement
Brexit and the labour market

Read our submission to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs

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Our work with public policy-makers is most impactful when it's informed by the insights, opinions and experiences of people professionals. Find out what we're currently working on and how you can get involved.

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