Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Cleaning industry association applauds LSE report

Over at the Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA), which has been consistently supportive of SiC, Andrew Large welcomes today's LSE report.
“The current right to work system imposes serious costs on cleaning businesses, which are essentially being asked to act as unpaid immigration officials. The large numbers of irregular workers are vulnerable to being employed on low wages and in poor conditions, which drags down the rest of the economy. Regularisation is a credible policy response to the current problem of irregular residents in the UK and it should be pursued.”

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