In a latest research by the Social Research and Economic Institute of Ireland (ESRI), it was revealed that the Ireland is best among other member states in linking the intelligence of labour market to the policy of migration. The latest study also reveals that the system of Irish work permit performs good in adapting to skills shortages and surpluses.
The study gave credit of the good performance of system of Ireland’s work permit to the systems in place to permit immigrants entry with the essential skills for the economy of the Ireland in the proven areas of skills shortage.
The report also finds that although many member state of EU are trying to establish the links between policies of economic migration and shortage of skills, Ireland is good enough for trying to attach every type of work permit to the areas with the shortages of high labour market.
The report also quotes that the constructive legislative and strategy developments and a user-friendly process of application had made it easy for attracting workers with high skills. Ireland had taken an original, incremental approach for recognising the shortages of labour and skills.
The study also highlights that the system of Ireland’s work permit is now linked to the data about shortages of skills and labour. This reply of the system of work permit to the intelligence of labour market is getting more vital as the economy continues to enhance and shortage of labour market becomes more extensive.