Immigration New Zealand has incorporated new rules likely to require employers to be accredited before actually hiring any migrant worker on the new Accredited Employer Work Visa.
According to the new rules, all employers must obtain accreditation to hire a migrant worker on an employer-assisted work visa. This is the first stage of a three-stage process in which Immigration New Zealand evaluates the employer, the labour market, and eventually the worker. Employers who are not accredited will not be able to hire migrants on employer-assisted work visas.
A franchise is a business model in which a franchisor allows franchisees to operate template operations of their original business in various locations. Furthermore, a franchisor might well grant various rights to their franchisees, such as intellectual property licenses and required upskilling opportunities. These franchises also require people to run their businesses successfully. Thus, hiring comes as an integral part of their business acceleration.
All employers applying for accreditation are required to meet the checklist of a standard accreditation type. After those steps are completed successfully, there are additional steps franchise employers need to follow to get their accreditation. Here is the checklist you must adhere to for franchise employer accreditation.
Eager to know more about the process? Contact Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd. at email@example.com or call on +64 09 3790219 to get all the required information. Our experienced team of Licensed Immigration Advisers will be happy to guide you.
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