Beyond the traditional local candidate avenues, Agri Labour Australia has developed a diverse network of recruitment streams that are called upon when local supply does not meet client demand.
Migrants and Refugees:
We believe and advocate for the training and development of migrants and refugees who are committed to taking on a new life within Australia’s agricultural industry. We partner with TAFE providers and Registered Training Organisations that offer training to migrants and refugees.
We have joined forces with Bud Stretton Consultancy to improve employment opportunities for indigenous groups throughout Australia and to enhance indigenous relations with businesses.
Investing in well-trained overseas workers delivers increased production and higher service levels for most agriculture businesses. We have an office in Taiwan and a number of Mandarin speaking consultants, as well as a European regional office, based in the strategic agricultural town of Beauvais dedicated to finding unskilled and semi-skilled overseas workers who are keen to work, and who fully understand what a role in agriculture entails.
Affectionately known as ‘Grey Nomads’, mature employees are the hidden gems of the agriculture industry with fewer turnovers, lower absenteeism and fewer work-related injury rates. When you are looking for stable, reliable, safe, well-trained and positive employees, grey nomads are ideal.