Employing from overseas: immigration and employment aspects (CHC)
This workshop is especially designed for employees in Human Resource Management and Recruitment in your company, who deal with matters related to immigration and employment law.
The Manufacturers' Network
236 Hereford Street, Level 1
- Event Start
- 22/08/2018 | 16:00
- Event End
- 22/08/2018 | 17:30
$75 for members plus GST
$95 for Non members plus GST
*As GNZCC member you have the option to pay by invoice or AMEX, please contact Alexandra.
*Please note that members of The Manufacturers' Network get the GNZCC member rate as well
** Please note if you are not a GNZCC member and you register as one, you will be charged the difference.
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 you 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
Cancellations must be received 7 clear working days prior to the event. Substitutions are permitted if you can no longer attend.
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