As an Accredited Employer, you can employ skilled migrants without having to go through the often difficult "Labour Market Test" before you offer them a job.
This means that once you are an Accredited Employer, you do not have to prove that suitable New Zealanders are not available to fill the position you would like to offer to a skilled migrant.
Watch the following video to understand how becoming an Accredited Employer can benefit your organisation and overseas staff:
Becoming an Accredited Employer will make the process of hiring and retaining migrant staff a lot easier, as it will reduce paperwork and increase efficiency when you need it the most.
- The Immigration Act 2009;
- The Accident Compensation Act 2001;
- The Minimum Wage Act 1983;
- The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015;
- The Employment Relations Act 2000;
- Wages Protection Act 1983;
- Parental Leave and Employment Protection Act 1987;
- The Equal Pay Act 1972;
- The Holidays Act 2003.
The accreditation of a parent company won't cover subsidiary companies. To be accredited, they must apply in their own right.
If you would like us to publish a specific job vacancy on our website, you can send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be able to reach thousands of visitors to our website from all over the world every day.
To find out more about becoming an Accredited Employer contact Dr Carsten Hallwass, our Licensed Immigration Adviser who specialises in Employer Accreditation.