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This is essential to allow citizens of all backgrounds to freely and confidently participate and excel in mainstream professions, for lacking proficiency in English pushes them away from opportunities
The latest information Chwarae Teg has, from the Employer Skills Survey 2015, shows 14% of employers reported skills gaps within their establishment, with approximately 54,000 staff lacking proficiency in their current role (4.5% of the workforce in Wales).
First, the anti-business and job-protection policies practically exclude anyone with lacking work experience, highly sought-after skills, or those with lacking proficiency in the language or limited network.
"While previously, the primary reasons were lacking proficiency in the Estonian language or fear of the citizenship exam, then now the main reason is that this will not obstruct living in Estonia.
The Smart Energy GB in Communities Fund is seeking applications from not-for-profit organisations that can reach those who may face barriers to getting a smart meter, including people lacking proficiency in English, people lacking basic digital skills or no internet access and those with disabilities.
For the information of readers, the air traffic control over these areas had been lacking proficiency since the communist era.
Skill deficits are common throughout the population but are more pronounced in the elderly, mentally handicapped, non white racial and ethnic groups, those lacking proficiency in English, the poorly educated and those of lower socioeconomic status.
According to the article, "These tests perpetuate a discriminatory bias against any student lacking proficiency in white, middle-class English" (p.
Quotes from Greek authors used in the text are translated, and most Greek words are transliterated (although this is not so in the footnotes), increasing accessibility for those lacking proficiency. A glossary of Greek terms, bibliography, index, and three maps also aid the reader.
For instance, a decrease in the proportion of workers who have been with a firm for more than 20 years could be the result of demographic forces (more people retiring), social forces (more people retiring early), technological forces (more people lacking proficiency with new equipment or systems), or economic forces (more people being laid off due to competition; more people starting their own businesses).
The third part reports findings on "innovative accommodation," or how a blend of English and Arabic is actually used in the university lecture hall by faculty members who were trained in English speaking countries to teach technical jargon to students lacking proficiency in English.