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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low skilled migrant workers.

Take Tesco. A good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain. They take on young people, operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centres.

Yet when a distribution centre was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost out by transferring and the result was a higher proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs.

Tesco are clear that they have tried to recruit locally. And I hope they can provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concern shows how sensitive the issue has become.

Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected.

Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their South Elmsall warehouse for the summer sale - last year and this year.

Now South Elmsall is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment.

Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitment agency Next used,called Flame, has its web-site, www.flamejobs.pl, entirely in Polish.

Now of course short term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes in demand.

But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain it is right,surely, to ask why that is happening.

Now, many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get up and go, they say. They are reliable. They turn up and they work hard.

But I've heard examples from across the country where employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead, or to use tied accommodation and undercut the minimum wage.

It may be the case, as some have argued, that many young people discount hospitality or care industries as beneath them, but in many other countries a job in a hotel is not a dead end or a gap year stopgap but the start of a rewarding career. Tourism is one of our largest industries and yet I have heard horror tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about deductions from earnings that almost certainly take people below their national minimum wage.

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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low-skilled migrant workers.Take Tesco,a good employer and an important source of job in Britain.They take on young people,operate apprenticeship and train them skills and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centers.
Yet one of the distribution center was moved to a new location,existing staff said they would lose staff by transferring.And the result was a high proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs.Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally and I hope they could provide for insurance for that existing staff.But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issue has become.Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected.Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their south Amzore warehouse for the summer sale last year and this year.Now South Amzore is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth umemployment,yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland.The recruitment agency Next used called flame has its website wwww.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish.Now of course short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes and demand.But when agencies bring such a large of workers of a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain,it is right surely to ask why that is happening.Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers,they have lots of get-up and go they say they are reliable,they turn up and they work hard.But I've heard examples from across the country where employers appear to have made deliberate decisions not to provide training to local young people but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead.All to use tight accommodation and undercut the the minimum wage.It maybe the case as some have argued that many young people discount hospitality or care industry as beneath them,but in many other countries a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap appear stop gap,but a start of a rewarding career.Tourism is one of our largest industies but I have heard horri-tales of hotel management deliberately cutting out young British workers and adding migrant workers who don't complain about deduction of earnings that almost certainly take people below the national minimum wage.

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Even good British companies have been affected by the impactof low-skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco, a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain.They take on young people, operateapprenticeship and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staffthrough job centers. Yet one of thedistribution center was moved to a new location, existing staff saidthey would have lost staff by transferring. And the result was ahigh proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally and I hope theycould provide for insurance for their existingstaff. But thefact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issue has become. Somecompanies have found themselves far more heavily affected. Next PLCrecruited extra temporary staff for their south Amzore warehouse for the summersale last year and this year.Now South Amzore is in a region with 9%unemployment and 23.8% youth umemployment, yet several hundredpeople were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitmentagency next usedcalled flame has its website wwww.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish. Now ofcourse short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order tosatisfy seasonal spikes and demand. But when agencies bring such a large of workersof a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployedin Britain, it isright surely to ask why that is happening. Now many employerssay they prefer to take on foreign workers, they have lots ofget-up and go they say they are reliable, they turn up andthey work hard. But I'veheard examples from across the country where employers appear to have madedeliberate decisions not to provide training to local young people but to cutpay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead. All to use tightaccommodation and undercut the minimum wage. It maybe the case assome have argued that many young people discount hospitality or care industryas beneath them, but inmany other countries a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap appear stopgap, but astart of a rewarding career. Tourism is one of our largest industies but I have heard horror tales ofhotel management deliberately cutting hours of youngBritish workers and adding hours to migrantworkers who don't complain about deductions ofearnings that almost certainly take people below the national minimum wage.
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[Homework]2013-08-17 英国影子移民大臣指责两家名企剥削廉价外国劳工却拒聘本地人

HWEven good british companies have been affected by the impact of low skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco, a good employer and an important source of jobs in british. They take on young ppl, operate ```and training shemes and often recruit unemployed or disable staff through job centers. Yet one of these distribution center was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost staff by transferring. The result was a high proportion staff at new site from 8 countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally, and I hope thay could provide more insurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive issue has become. Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected. Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their south ``` warehouse for the summer sale last year and this year. Now south ``` is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment, yet several hundred ppl were recruited directly from poland. The recruit agency next used with flame has its website www.flamejobs.pl entirely in polish. Now of course short term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes and demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers in  specific nationality at a time when there are one million young employed in britain, it is right surely to ask why that is happening. Now manyemployers say they prefer to take on foreign workers, They have lots of get-up and go thet say they turn up and work hard. But I heard emxaples from across the country, when employers appear to have made deliberate decisions not to provide training to local young ppl but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead. All to use tight accommodation and undercut their wage. It maybe the case as some have argued that many young ppl dicount hospitality or care industried as beneath them, but in many other countries a job in a hotel is not a dead end. ````.

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Even good British companies have been effected by the impact of the low skilled migrant workers.Take Tesco, a good employer, and an important sources of jobs in Britain.They take on young people operate apprenticeships and training them skills and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job center.
Yet one of the distributions since it was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost style by transfering, and the result was a higher proportion of staff at the new side from A8 countries taking up the jobs.Tesco are clear that they have tried to recruit locally and i hope that they can provide more insurance for their existing staff, but the fact that the staff are rising concerns shows how sensitive the issue has become.
Some companies find themselves far more heavenly affected, next PLC, recruited extra temporary stale for the South Amzore warehouse for the summer sale the last year and this year. Now Southe Amzore is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment. Yet several hundreds of people were recruited directly from homeland. The recruitment agency next used called flame has its website www.flamingjobs.pl entirely in Poland, now of course short term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spies and demand,but when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a  specific nationality. At the time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain. It is right surely to ask why that is happening. Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers, they have lots of get-up in goal, they say. They are reliable, they turn up and they work hard .But i have heard examples from across the country where employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead.All to use tight accommodation and undercut the the minimum wage.It maybe the case as some have argued that many young people discount hospitality or care industry as beneath them,but in many other countries a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap appear stop gap,but a start of a rewarding career.Tourism is one of our largest industies but I have heard horri-tales of hotel management deliberately cutting out young British workers and adding migrant workers who don't complain about deduction of earnings that almost certainly take people below the national minimum wage.



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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low skilled migrant workers.
Take Tesco. A good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain. They take on young people, operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centers.

Yet when a distribution centre was moved to a new location existing staff said they would have lost out by transferring and the result was a higher proportion of staff from A8 countries taking up the jobs.

Tesco are clear they have tried to recruit locally. And I hope they can provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concern shows how sensitive the issue has become.

Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected. Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their South Elmsall warehouse for the summer sale - last year and this year. South Elmsall is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitment agency Next used, Flame, has its web-site www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish.

Now of course short term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes in demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain it is right to ask why that is happening.

Now, many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get up and go, they say. They are reliable. They turn up and they work hard. But I've heard examples from across the country where employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead, or to use tied accommodation and undercut the minimum wage.

It may be the case, as some have argued, that many young people discount hospitality or care industries as beneath them, but in many other countries a job in a hotel is not a dead end or a gap year stopgap but the start of a rewarding career.

Tourism is one of our largest industries and yet I have heard horror tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about deductions from earnings that almost certainly take people below the minimum wage.

[Homework]2013-08-17 英国影子移民大臣指责两家名企剥削廉价外国劳工却拒聘本地人

Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low-skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco, a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain, they take on young people, operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disable staff through job centers. Yet when a distribution center was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost staff by transfering, and the result was a higher proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally, and I hope that they can provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issure has become. Some companies have found themselves are far more heavily affected. Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their South A* warehouse for the summer sale last year and this year. Now South A* is in a region with 9 percent unemployment and 23.8 youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. Their recruitment agency Next used, called Flame, has its website, www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish. Now, of course, short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes and demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at the time when there are 1 million young unemployed in Britain, it is right surely to ask why that is happening. Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get-up-and-go, they say. They are reliable. They turn up and they work hard. But I've heard examples from across the country when employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people, but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead. All to use tight accommodation and undercut the minimum wage. It may be the case as some have argued that many young people discount hospitality or caring industries as beneath them, but in many other countries, a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap year stopgap, but the start of a rewarding career. Tourism is one of our largest industries, and yet I have heard horror tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about the deduction from earnings, but almost certainly take people below their national minimum wage.
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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low-skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco, a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain. They take on young people, operator, apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centers. Yet when a distribution center was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost out by transferring, and the result was a higher proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally, and I hope that they can provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issues become. Some companies have found themselves are far more heavily affected. Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their South A* warehouse for the summer sale last year and this year. Now South A* is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. Their recruitment agency Next used, called Flame, has its website, www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish. Now, of course, short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes and demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at the time when there are 1 million young unemployed in Britain, it is right surely to ask why that is happening. Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get-up-and-go, they say. They are reliable. They turn up and they work hard. But I've heard examples from across the country when employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people, but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead, all to use tight accommodation and undercut the minimum wage. It may be the case as some have argued that many young people discount hospitality or caring industries as beneath them, but in many other countries, a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap year stopgap, but the start of a rewarding career. Tourism is one of our largest industries, and yet I have heard horror tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about the deduction from earnings, but almost certainly take people below their national minimum wage.
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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low-skilled migrant workers.
Take Tesco. A good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain. They take on young people operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centers.
Yet when one of the distribution centre was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost there by transferring and the result was a higher proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally. And I hope that they can provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issue has become.

Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected. Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their South Amazon warehouse for the summer sale - last year and this year. South Amazon is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitment agency Next used called Flame, has its web-site www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish.

Now of course short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes in demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain, it is right,surely,  to ask why that is happening.

Now, many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get-up and go, they say, they are reliable, they turn up and they work hard. But I've heard examples from across the country where employers appear to have made deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from abroad instead, or to use tight accommodation and undercut the minimum wage.

It may be the case, as some would argue, that many young people discount hospitality or care industries as beneath them, but in many other countries, a job in a hotel is not a dead end or a gap year stopgap but the start of a rewarding career.

Tourism is one of our largest industries and yet I have heard horrid tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about the deductions from earnings that almost certainly take people below the national minimum wage.
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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low skilled migrant workers.Take Tesco,a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain.They take on young people,operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centers.Yet,when a distribution center was moved to a new location,exsiting staff said they would lost out by transfering and the result was higher propertion of staff at new side from A8 countries taking up for jobs.Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally and I hope that they can provide more reassurrance for their existing satff.But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issues become.Some companes find themselves far more heavily affected,Next PLC recruit extra temporary staff for their South Armzour warehouse for the summer sale last year and this year.Now South Armzour is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment.Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Portland,the recruitment angency Next used,called Flame,has its website www.flamejob.pl entirely in Polish.Of course shor term contract and work are sometime necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes in demands.But when agencies bring in such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at the time when there are 1 million young umemployment in Britain,it is right,surely,to ask why that is happening.Now many employs say they prefer to take on foreign workers.They have lots of  get-up and go,they say,they are reliable,they turn up and they work hard.But I've heard examples from accross the country where employers appear to have made deliberate desicion not to provide training to local young people but cuts pay conditions and recruit from abroad instead,or to use tight accommodation and undercut the minimum wage.It maybe the case,as somewho argued,young people discount hospitality or care industries as beneath them.But in many other countries,a job in a hotel is not a dead end or a gap year stop gap,but the start of a rewarding career.Tourium is one of our largest industries and yet I've heard horried tales of hotel managerment.Deliberatly cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours of migrant workers who do not complain about the deductions of earnings that almost certainly take people below their national minimum wage.
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Even good British companies have been affected by the low skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco. A good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain. They take on young people, operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed and disable staff through job centers.

Yet when a distribution center was moved to a new location, existing staff said they would have lost out by transferring, and the result was higher proportion of staff at the new site from A8 countries taking up the jobs.

Tesco are clear that they’ve tried to recruit locally and I hope that they could provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issue has become.

Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected. Next PLC recruited extra temporary staff for their South Elmsall warehouse for the summer sale -- last year and this year. Now South Elmsall is in a region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitment agency next used, called Flame, has its website www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish.

Now of course short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy season spikes in demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain, it is right surely to ask why that is happening.

Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get up and go, they say. They are reliable, they turn up and they work hard. But I’ve heard examples from across the country when employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people, but to cut pay and conditions and to recruit from aboard instead, or to use tied accommodation and undercut the minimum wage.

It may be the case, as some have argued, that many young people discount hospitality or care industries as beneath them. But in many other countries, a job in a hotel is not a dead-end, or a gap year stop gap, but the start of a rewarding career.

Tourism is one of our largest industries and yet I have heard horror tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about deductions from earnings that almost certainly take people below the national minimum wage.

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Even good British companies have been affected by the impact of low-skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco, a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain. They take on young people, operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed and disabled staff through job centers. Yet when its distribution center was removed to a new location. Existing staff said they would have lost style by transferring. And the result was a higher proportion of staff at the new site from A-eight countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that they've tried to recruit locally and I hope they can provide more reassurance for their existing staff. But the fact that the staff are raising  concerns shows how sensitive the issue has become. Some companies have found themselves far more heavily affected. Next PRC recruited extra-temporary staff for their south enzone warehouse for the summer sale last year and this year. Now south enzone is in the region with 9% unemployment and 23.8% youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitment agency nextyouth or flame has its website www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish. Now of course short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes and demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality. At the same when there are one million young unemployed in Britain. It is right surely to ask why that is happening.
Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of gets-up and go. They say they are reliable, they turn up and they work. hard. But I've heard examples from across the country where employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people but to cut payment conditions to recruit from abroad instead or to use tighter accommodation and undercuts the minimum wage. It maybe the case as some have argued that many young people discounts hospitality or caring industries as beneath them. But in many other countries, a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap year stop gap, but the start of a rewarding career. Tourism is one of our largest industries. And yet I have heard hoary tales of hotel management deliberately cutting out young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about deduction of earnings that almost certainly take people below national minimum wage.

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Even good British companies have been effected by the impact of low-skilled migrant workers. Take Tesco, a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain, they take on young people operate apprenticeships and training schemes and often recruit unemployed or disabled staff through job centers. Yet when this distribution center was moved to a new location, existing staff said that would have lost staff by transferring. And the result was a high proportion of staff at the new site from A eight countries taking up the jobs. Tesco are clear that if they tried to recruit locally and I hope they can provide more insurance for their existent staff. But the fact that staff are raising concerns shows how sensitive the issues become. Some companies are finding themselves far more heavily affected. Next, PLC recruited extra-temporary staff for their south * warehouse for summer sale last year and this year. Now south * is in a region with 9 percent unemployment and 23.8 percent youth unemployment. Yet several hundred people were recruited directly from Poland. The recruitment agency nextused called flame has its website www.flamejobs.pl entirely in Polish. Now of course short-term contracts and work are sometimes necessary in order to satisfy seasonal spikes in demand. But when agencies bring such a large number of workers of a specific nationality at a time when there are one million young unemployed in Britain, it is right sholly to ask why that is happening. Now many employers say they prefer to take on foreign workers. They have lots of get-up-and-go, they say, they are reliable, they turn up and they work hard. But I've heard examples from across the country when employers appear to have made a deliberate decision not to provide training to local young people but to cut payer conditions and to recruit from abroad instead or to use tight accommodation and undercut for minimum wage. It may be the case as some provide you many young people discount hospitality or care industries as beneath them, but in many other countries, a job in a hotel is not a dead-end or a gap fill stop gas here but the start of r* and career. Tourism is one of our largest industries and yet I've heard horror tales of hotel management deliberately cutting hours of young British workers and adding hours to migrant workers who do not complain about deductions from earnings that almost certainly take people below the national minimum wages.
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