Such situations are more difficult to be resolved and needs proper policy support to eliminate its arising. Lewis (2011) notes that capital is skilled labour friendly and invests in technology assuming that capital will attract more skilled labours due to the induction of technology into production and labour activities.Thus, the impact of capital investments seeking more skilled labour will have some impact on native labour until the native labour are not equipped with the technical knowhow of the production activities. It is suggested that in such cases, when there is a deep research of the native labours immigrating to other less developed countries the conclusion will be vague and not evidential or satisfactory. The constant movement of native labours to other markets to save themselves from the immigrants’ influx is an important factor to be considered when studying the short term impacts of considering immigrant and native labour as substitutes to each other. When the immigrants and natives are complementing each other and working together to meet a common end or a goal, the company flourishes, the country progresses and enhances the economic progress of immigrants and native labours.
When the immigrant labours are more skilled and the native labours are less skilled, they can work in harmony to fulfil the organisational objectives of production. However, there will be a wage difference between the two and this may create internal rift or conflict between the two set of labour groups. Pritchett(2006) puts forward a thought that observing the global inequality in income between labours is the prime reason for allowing more freedom in global mobility for labours across the world where they can work for themselves and upgrade their lifestyle. This looks true before considering the hidden factors of influence which makes for a great case of changing the conclusion about the freedom in global labour mobility. The most fruitful solution in the arising of conflicts between the two groups of labours is to keep some minimum standard pricing where the wage difference does not escalate and the takes the shape of personal insult for the native labours.