Work­shop – Em­ploy­ing from over­seas: im­mi­gra­tion and em­ploy­ment as­pects

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - NEWS -

THE GER­MAN New Zealand Cham­ber of Com­merce (GNZCC) is running a work­shop es­pe­cially de­signed for em­ploy­ees in Hu­man Re­source Man­age­ment and Re­cruit­ment in your com­pany, who deal with mat­ters re­lated to im­mi­gra­tion and em­ploy­ment law.

Em­ploy­ing ap­pli­cants from out­side New Zealand in­volves con­sid­er­a­tion of both im­mi­gra­tion and em­ploy­ment law prin­ci­ples, and there are var­i­ous visa path­ways avail­able to sup­port the re­cruit­ment or sec­ond­ment of tal­ent and skills from over­seas.

Im­mi­gra­tion New Zealand will pro­vide you with a brief overview of em­ployer re­quire­ments for com­pa­nies want­ing to utilise the im­mi­gra­tion look­ing at op­tions for short and long-term sec­ond­ments and job of­fers.

Kens­ing­ton Swan will guide at­ten­dees through the fol­low­ing:

1. Im­mi­gra­tion – the process and steps em­ploy­ers need to take.

2. Em­ploy­ment struc­tures – sec­ond­ment, fixed term, over­seas em­ploy­ers.

3. Mak­ing of­fers – what you should in­clude (and what you should not).

4. Key em­ploy­ment law and HR con­sid­er­a­tions when en­gag­ing and man­ag­ing over­seas em­ploy­ees.

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