Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme

New Research Report – New Zealand’s Recognised Employer Scheme (RSE): 10 Year Longitudinal Case Study

A new research report, authored by Dr Rochelle Bailey, is now available.

New Zealand’s Recognised Employer Scheme (RSE) – 10 Year Longitudinal Case Study

This research stems from a 10-year longitudinal study of 22 ni-Vanuatu temporary migrant labourers participating in New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme (RSE) established on 30 April 2

IB 2018/24 Suitable Accommodation for Seasonal Worker Programs

This In Brief looks at some of the challenges as well as changes that have recently occurred in relation to accommodation standards in New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme (RSE) and ar

IB2017/36 Seasonal Worker Programs and Opportunity for Religious Observance

This In Brief discusses an often overlooked aspect of Australia’s Seasonal Workers Programme (SWP) and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme (RSE): opportunities

IB2017/27 Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme/Seasonal Worker Programme Team Leaders’ Workshop: Vanuatu 2017

On 30 June 2017, the State, Society and Governance in Melanesia program (now Department of Pacific Affairs) at the Australian National University hosted the Team Leaders’ Workshop in Port Vila for

IB2017/17 The Role of ni-Vanuatu Team Leaders in Seasonal Worker Programs

Based on 10 years of research with team leaders and employers in the New Zealand and Australian seasonal worker programs, this In Brief highlights the duties of ni-Vanuatu team leaders,

IB2016/23 Labour Mobility Support Networks — ‘It’s Not Just a Seasonal Thing’

This In Brief highlights local ni-Vanuatu support structures initiated through workers’ participation in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Program (SWP) and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Sch

Why Pastoral Care Policy Affects Experiences, Productivity & Uptake in Seasonal Worker Programs

This In Brief uses evidence-based research from New Zealand examining pastoral care. It highlights policy expectations and experiences for employers and employees, which affect uptake in seasonal

Pacific Labour Mobility: Removing the Gender Blinkers

To date, women’s participation in the SWP and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme has been low (Bailey 2014; Chattier 2015). Increasing women’s participation in these

Pages

Updated:  30 November 2017/Responsible Officer:  Bell School Marketing Team/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team