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60 Eyed For Australia- Beef Industry

Permanent Secretary for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Osea Cawaru, met with the employers this week.
05 May 2022 21:53
60 Eyed For Australia- Beef Industry
Permanent Secretary for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Osea Cawaru with representatives from Harvey Meats to recruit locals for jobs in Australia.

Another Australian meat works employer, Harvey Beef commenced interviews yesterday for more Fijians that had registered with the National Employment Centre (NEC) for employment opportunities under the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM).

Harvey Meats is based in Perth, Western Australia.

Two representatives arrived in Fiji, to recruit 60 Fijian meat workers who are expected to leave our shores in the next few months.

Over the next two days, 80 shortlisted candidates will have the opportunity to market themselves during the interviews .

Successfull candidates get to work in Australia for up to four years.

Permanent Secretary for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Osea Cawaru, met with the employers this week.

It is the first time for Harvey Meats  to recruit from Fiji.

Selected workers will not be required to repay their airfares and visa costs.

 

 



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