Most frequent questions and answers
A. From the day you select your candidate, we will have them at your gate within six to eight weeks.
A. $5000+GST per placement.
A. With a Philippines Driver’s License, a candidate can legally drive in New Zealand for one year from arrival. They should then sit a New Zealand driver’s license theory test to gain a New Zealand license. Unlike New Zealand, it is not typical to get a driver’s license in the Philippines, however all have motorcycle experience and they will go through the process of gaining a license while their visa is being processed
A. At least two years’ experience in a relevant field, usually either in Saudi Arabia or Japan.
A. Yes, most have their own motorcycle that they drive daily in the Philippines
A. We have candidates available that are specialist machinery operators. Not all have that experience but if you need them to drive tractors on the farm we will find you suitable candidates that have that experience
A. In large 3,600 cow barn fed systems, in 75 aside herringbone sheds. It’s quite department orientated, but is good experience prior to New Zealand.
A. If you have not employed migrant staff previously then INZ will ask for proof to verify that your business exists and is financially able to afford to employ staff. You will be requested to supply two years’ worth of financial statements, PAYE and GST Records along with milk supply statements (if in dairy farming), a copy of your ID and anything further that will prove your suitability to employ labour.