The Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) Scheme is a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills, gain valuable work experience and earn money that you can put towards a better financial future for your family – and now, there’s another great reason to join us in Australia.
As part of our industry-leading wellness program, we are excited to announce that former rugby league and rugby union star Lote Tuqiri has joined us as a PALM Scheme Cultural Ambassador.
Born in Korolevu, Fiji, Lote moved with his family to Brisbane when he was 15 years old. He later represented both Australia and Fiji in rugby league and also played rugby union for Australia.
Since retiring from professional football, Lote has remained a long-standing role model for many Pacific Islanders and an active member of local communities through his many sporting and business endeavours.
As a Cultural Ambassador, Lote will be responsible for leading our community engagement program and ensuring that all workers have the support, connections and inspiration to do their best work.
His role is part of our comprehensive engagement program for workers which includes a range of initiatives, from training and social events to quarterly awards.
Whether you’re working towards building a family home, starting a business, sending your kids to school, or any other financial goal, the PALM Scheme can help you get ahead of the game.
If you’re interested in taking advantage of the opportunities available through the PALM Scheme, get in touch with Agri Labour Australia today on 1300 247 823.