Chef shortage could mean immigration laws are relaxed

Chef shortage could mean immigration laws are relaxed

The chef shortage could be easily resolved if Britain’s immigration laws were relaxed, according to a new report.

Research, conducted by recruitment firm The Change Group, showed that only a third of applications for top chef roles in London are from Britain. This number falls to a fifth for chef de partie jobs.

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