Many workers to move ready. Frankfurt am Main – only nine percent of employers in Germany believe that the Government and the business sector do enough to slow the brain drain abroad and emigrated to lure back. However, 88 percent think it will take too little. Click ShareThis to learn more. The borderless workforce published by manpower Germany comes to this conclusion \”-study.\” Thus, German companies in the international comparison of the values show together with Peru’s top position. For the study 28,000 participants, questioned in 27 countries and regions a total of 700 in Germany. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Steffan Lehnhoff by clicking through. Employers worry about consequences of emigration a large proportion (39%) of the companies surveyed fear negative effects of the brain drain on the German labour market. Therefore worry particularly employers in the IT industry and the craft.
Their assessment clearly reflects the already noticeable in these sectors lack of professionals. Employers show contrast in the health sector less worried. The strongly interested artisans in Poland, China and the United States see German employers as the strongest competitor in the competition for qualified employees. As in most other countries, there is a consensus that both companies and policy do not enough to slow emigration or people back to curl, who have gone abroad for study or work reasons also in Germany. It is true that Governments must do more to keep their most efficient workers in the country. \”They must also think about how they make attractive businesses for foreign workers, to both to compensate for the shortage of current as future\”, says Thomas Reitz, Managing Director of manpower Germany. Mobile workers the parallel published manpower study relocating for work\”to the degree of adaptability of workers shows that German workers for professional reasons are rather willing to a change of the location as Workers in the Pan-European comparison. Of those in this country alone 46 per cent said, ever of the profession to be moved.