Logistics News - 5th December

Logistics News - 5th December

"Immigration was one of the main motivations — with sovereignty — to vote Leave. The British government is therefore committed to implement more restrictive post-Brexit immigration policies, especially regarding low-skilled workers, while taking care of the status of around 3 million EU citizens currently working in the UK as part of the Brexit negotiation rounds with the EU.

Several industries like construction, food or logistics have already warned of an existing shortage of resources. In the logistics industry this situation is mainly due to the lack of attractiveness of warehousing jobs. According to a recent report of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills, only 9 percent of the industry’s existing workforce is under 25 years old, suggesting that something must be done quickly to attract young people to a career in logistics."

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"West Midlands Police in the UK has released CCTV footage that shows what is believed to be the first-ever theft of a car without using a key. The car in question was stolen from the owner's driveway while they slept."

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"Three senior managers in Uber Technologies Inc's security unit resigned on Friday, an Uber spokesperson said, days after the company's new chief executive officer disclosed a massive data breach and criticised past security practices."

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