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 worker programs; consequences on productivity and decisions for future participation.
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