The difficulty of having access to a workforce is a problem which is increasingly present in our economy. Either you are located in an urban area or in a rural setting, you will find it there. Now we can notice restaurants which are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, due to this hard reality.
As a feasible solution, we turn ourselves to immigration. Hooray! A great avenue, however, be careful. Do we have a problem of labour scarcity or rather a lack of engagement from the latter?
Many indicators show us that this last dilemma is very present in our economy and causes serious harm to our competitiveness. Our future immigrant colleagues will be, just like the vast majority of local workers, motivated from the get-go but will lose their steam as the years go by if we do not change our ways in obtaining this infamous engagement.