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A Predator Free Bay of Islands project is set to create 15 new jobs in the region when fully operational, the Department of Conservation says.
Changes to the essential skills visa will bring more certainty to accommodation and hospitality businesses struggling to fill vacancies, say industry groups.
Unite Union is calling on SkyCity to increase pay rates by at least $2 per hour to provide a living wage for its employees.
The Auckland Business Chamber is urging immigration policymakers and officials to “rethink the way they value a job beyond the hourly rate”.
Hundreds of working holiday makers are heading to NZ from Aus but it won’t fill shortages, says BYATA’s chair.
More English language establishments might close without targeted support, says industry body.
A pivot away from tourism leaves councils scrambling to reorganise their funding base, says LGNZ.
Six recommendations to current immigration and visa rules has been put forward as business struggle to hire.
The notable operator says he is ramping up staffing but the govt’s stance on migrant workers won’t help.
Visas commonly used for workers such as chefs or snow sport instructors will be rolled into a new catch-all visa type that requires all employers to be registered with Immigration New Zealand.
The minister says sectors that rely on migrant labour, “like tourism and the primary industries”, have to change.
The Go with Tourism Expo tour across the nation has begun, with the first tour in Christchurch running from 13-15 May.
There’s been a resurgence in the tourism and hospitality industries, says the online jobs platform.
Ski resorts around the country have successfully negotiated with Immigration New Zealand to allow a number of top level workers from abroad into the country for the upcoming season.
The funding is helping to pay for fulltime conservation work for displaced guides.
Further funding is tipped for one of country’s most vulnerable regions.
Could operator collaboration to share workers be the key to staffing up over winter?
Immigration New Zealand has partially lifted its suspension on processing working holiday visas for certain applicants travelling from Australia.
Programme has funding for 140 participants, to start 3 May.
Hospitality New Zealand says the extension of the Immigration (Covid-19 Response) Amendment Bill will be vital as borders gradually re-open.
Enough quality service – or perhaps any kind of service at all – might be hard to find in some tourist destinations.
Temporary Covid-19 immigration powers will be extended to May 2023, in part to help industries facing labour shortages.
The restoration of international tourism should see a large bump in the number of workers able to be employed, says the bank.
Govt will end up footing the unemployment bill if workers in the hard-hit youth sector lose jobs, says BYATA’s new chair.
SAANZ wants the specialist staff in from June to help ski fields open and operate safely.
A South Westland project has received $45m in support of the country’s goal to be predator free by 2050.
Queenstown suffered a 9% fall in filled jobs during the December 2020 quarter, says Stats NZ.
We’ve had a “torrid time”, says David Gatward-Ferguson, MD of the award winning operator.
Businesses affected by the latest rise in Covid-19 alert levels can apply for the government’s reactivated wage subsidy from today, Thursday 4 March.
More than 23 jobs will be created in Central Otago following a $1.28m investment from the Government’s Jobs for Nature programme.
Tourism Talent has launched a new free programme to support tourism and hospitality professionals or graduates who have had their employment disrupted by Covid-19.
Air New Zealand has flown more than 700 workers from Samoa for the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) programme.
Young Kiwis are being urged to do a domestic OE in a ski region this winter.
Kaitiaki Adventures will be able to redeploy up to 19 of its staff into Jobs for Nature projects.
The Government says it will upgrade the Holiday Act following recommendations from the Holidays Act Taskforce.
Employers can receive a $350 payment from the Government if their employees cannot work from home while awaiting a Covid-19 test result.
Tourism Holdings’ chief executive Grant Webster says a court ruling about holiday pay won’t have a material impact on the company but some companies may need to review processes.
The Wairarapa Moana Wetlands will receive a $3.5m boost from Jobs for Nature funding to scale up restoration efforts.
Concerns over the additional financial burden a doubling of sick leave will pile on fragile tourism and hospitality businesses have led to a raft of submissions against the government’s proposed increase.
Accommodation and food services saw the biggest fall in jobs in December 2020, compared to the same month a year earlier, says Stats NZ.
Vaccination against Covid-19 would not be mandatory for the New Zealand public.
A change to visa categories should make it easier for tourism operators to plug Chinese language skills gaps.
The $500,000 project will save ten local jobs by deploying workers from Discover Waitomo into nature-based jobs.
Auckland hospitality and tourism sector employers looked to staff up in the final quarter of the year after deep cuts earlier in 2020.
There are fears of a second round of tourism redundancies and the offloading of businesses, says a new report.
The Westpac McDermott Miller Employment Confidence Index rose to 97.6 in December, a 10.2 point increase compared to the September survey.
A $620,000 project to tackle wilding pines in Tasman will help create jobs for unemployed tourism workers, says the Government.
Key tourism destinations Queenstown, Rotorua, and Auckland suffered some of the largest drops in filled jobs, says Stats NZ.
Great South is holding two free one-day information sessions in Te Anau this month for those wanting work in hospitality and tourism over the summer.
Queenstown tourism operators are relieved Immigration New Zealand has relaxed some migrant visa requirements but as asking for more support to help plug labour shortages.