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A new state of the art accommodation facility for RSE or temporary overseas workers at a large Māori kiwifruit orchard in the Bay of Plenty has been opened by the Minister of Māori Development, Nanaia Mahuta.
Wine companies, large and small, are grappling with the potential shortage of a reliable labour force for vintage 2021, with borders closed to international workers.
Around 11,000 people whose working visas are set to expire over the 2020/21 season have been granted a new visa.
About 50 migrant dairy workers could potentially benefit from the Government’s border exception for work visa holders.
Tertiary Education Commission chief executive, Tim Fowler, once worked on a dairy farm as a teenager ‘townie’ and appreciates how accommodating his boss was at that time.
Nineteen-year-old Ashlee Ennis is thrilled she has got a job on a dairy farm after recently completing three-weeks of GoDairy Farm Ready Training with DairyNZ.
A major recruitment campaign is in full swing to get people displaced by job losses due to Covid-19 into roles in the primary sector.
Agricultural contractors are warning about a severe shortage of skilled machinery operators for the upcoming harvest season.
OPINION: Migrants are a critical and valued part of dairying in New Zealand, filling skills shortages on farms when there aren’t enough local workers available.