Introduction to Labour Agreements (Cat A)
Course Code: MLT2240 – Duration: 1 hour – Eligible for 1 OMARA Cat A point (WK733)
Labour Agreement settings drive a process which is essentially disengaged from any legislative assessment and decision making practises as we know it. Labour Agreements are centred around the economic aspect of the Australian workforce, the labour market and the employment and training of Australians.
Through a negotiated Labour Agreement it is possible for Australian employers to obtain the entry of a specified number of workers from overseas via the TSS subclass 482 or SESR subclass 494 visa and/or the permanent ENS subclass 186 visa some of which may contain certain employer or employee concessions.
The reason why Labour Agreement requests are not successful is that the Department of Home Affairs assess the merit of a request using a number overarching and intractable criteria which must be meet and evidenced, including a genuine labour market need for an overseas skilled worker to fill a position/s and where there is no standard skilled visa pathway available.
— Define What is and What is not a Labour Agreement
— Differentiate between the Labour Agreement templates
— Discuss possible concessions for specific Labour Agreements
— Discuss need to prepare comprehensive LA submission and business case including key submission documents and relevant evidence.
Note: An advanced Masterclass on Labour Agreements is available directly from Alan Chanesman & Partners. For more information please visit www.achanesman.com
Course fee: Special COVID-19 Discounted fee: $49 (Normally $59) – 1 Category A point
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