"When I'm with entrepreneurs speak I get are positive comments on the fact that we have decreased income taxes and the business climate noticeably improved which translated into more jobs. Now sounds, however, out of that corner more and more, the demand for workmen,” says Francken. the
According to Francken alone there are at Brussels Airport, a 1,500 unfilled vacancies, while in several Vlaams-Brabantse municipalities is hardly unemployed.
"We're not going to new arbeidsmigratiekanaal for low-skilled, opening from countries such as Morocco, such as VOKA West-Flanders a long time ago suggested. We must work to make the switching-on of recognised refugees in our labour market,” he says. the
“I have to say that this is because of the language and the competences is not always evident, but give them an opportunity, if necessary by means of an 'on-the-job-training'. We also have many vacancies for low-skilled workers. At Brussels Airport, go to 500 of the 1,500. The government has in that area, all efforts done, but there is still a lot of work on the shelf," concludes Francken.