immigrant labour

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immigrant labour

n, immigrant workers
plausländische Arbeitnehmer pl; (esp in Germany) → Gastarbeiter pl (neg!); (in Switzerland) → Fremdarbeiter pl (neg!)
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Companies who would normally employ cheap low skilled immigrant labour must now start to train and up-skill our own people even if that means paying higher wages for the privilege of employing British labour.
For years our politicians have been trying to create jobs, yet are taking in immigrant labour instead of providing training for our own unemployed.
As part of implementing a joint decision taken by the two countries with regard to the World Cup preparations, he said Pakistan was in the process of increasing its immigrant labour force in Qatar to 100,000.
The World Banks Malaysia Economic Monitor, launched today, focuses on the critical role that immigrant labour plays in filling important gaps in low- and mid-skilled jobs, helping both to raise the countrys GDP and to create jobs for Malaysians.
We depend so much on immigrant labour in many aspects of our social and economic lives, including the NHS, care sector and agriculture.
Set against the process of globalization, the author weaves through the contentious immigration debates and dispels the commonly-held myths about the causes of dependency for immigrant labour in industries occupied previously by American-born workers.
And employers should think carefully before taking on and exploiting cheap immigrant labour at the expense of our indigenous unemployed.
We now find ourselves thanks to a very generous benefits system with a considerable body of immigrant labour doing a lot of unskilled manual jobs across a range of industries and services in the UK, because we have allowed a large number of UK citizens to claim these generous benefits rather than making them take those jobs which would have reduced the need for a significant percentage of that immigrant labor.
Bad bosses have always tried to undercut wages by exploiting immigrant labour.
He said the overdependence by nations on immigrated skilled labour and the dependence on low-cost or low-paid immigrant labour were some of the most important factors.
The drive for profit included a great number of redundancies, a driving down of wages and an influx of immigrant labour.
Orban told the IIF that over the decades, Europe had lost many of its competitive advantages and that falling fertility rates, unless reversed, would entail increased social tensions caused by needed immigrant labour.

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