Alongside the Accredited Employer Work Visa, a new employer-led system will be introduced that will generally simplify the application process and make it easier for businesses and regions to fill genuine skills shortages when it is clear that there is no New Zealander available to do the job, or who can be trained up for the role.
Employers will need to be accredited before they can hire a migrant on an Accredited Employer Work Visa.
|Better worker protection|
The new 3-check system will help combat migrant exploitation by strengthening requirements on employers. The changes are also important for encouraging employers to focus on ways to train and upskill New Zealanders.
The system will:
|When to apply for accreditation|
Employers only need to be accredited under the new system when they want to start hiring migrants on the new Accredited Employer Work Visa.
Businesses employing migrants who hold a current Talent or Essential Skill visa don’t need to become accredited until they want to hire someone on the new visa.
Source: Immigration New Zealand
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