SPOTLIGHT ON IMMIGRATION - CHALLENGES OF EMPLOYER ACCREDITATION What you need to know to build your skilled workforce with migrant workers.
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It was sold as an easy process, but many have found its not!
Let us explain why.
The Government has tightened their requirement to bring in skilled migrant workers. There has been a shift in the focus from relying on low-skilled workers, to attracting those with higher skills.
This means all employers must go through the new accreditation process before bringing in skilled migrant workers so desperately needed.
What was a 1 stage process has now turned into a 3 stage process. This has left employers with a number of questions.
Gain clarity around the new requirements
Hear from the CEO of Woburn International, Government Adviser, Immediate Past Chair and Elected Life Member of the New Zealand Association of Migration & Investment, June Ranson.
June and her team will provide a clear update on the recent changes to the immigration process and how they affect current skills shortages criteria, immigration requirements and what it means for employers who rely on migrant workers.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions to the team at Woburn International and give feedback to the Chamber that we can use as part of our advocacy work.
WHEN Tuesday 8th November 5.00pm - 7.30pm
WHERE Pelorus Trust House, 93 Hutt Park Road, Seaview. Waiwhetu Room,
COST - Free - This event is sponsored by The Seaview Business association & Hutt Valley Chamber Of Commerce
Woburn International Group www.woburn.co.nz
Woburn International Group is a unique boutique immigration/relocation company They cover all facets of immigration (aside from Refugee cases) and operate in an environment of constant change, especially more so due to Covid and Government Policy changes.
Woburn International have been operating for over 30 years, providing the necessary emotional and settlement support to migrants including homefinding, now a government requirement.
CEO, June Ranson, is very highly regarded within the industry and has been the Chairman of the largest and oldest immigration Association in New Zealand with a worldwide membership for 8 years.