Suitable Accommodation for Seasonal Worker Programs
Accommodation is one of the largest expenses incurred by seasonal workers participating in Australia’s Seasonal Workers Program (SWP) and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme (RSE). The cost of accommodation varies depending on the employer and availability in the area. The provision of ‘suitable’ accommodation is a condition of the pastoral care policy of both programs and is the responsibility of employers, not the workers. Workers must pay for this provided accommodation with...[Show more]
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