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An industry action plan: building after Brexit

Presents proposals to develop the domestic construction sector workforce following the UK's departure from the EU. Outlines the challenge presented by the loss of migrant workers to the construction workforce in meeting future employment needs and skills gaps. Looks at attracting new talent to the sector through apprenticeships and further education, and considers the ways in which increasing productivity growth can help the sector meet skills needs. Identifies specific actions for the construction industry and central government to take to grow the domestic workforce under three themes: attracting talent; retaining the workforce; and being more productive.


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Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA)

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