When you perform your best and focus on what is required of you during your employment, you are creating a relationship where employers will want to recruit more from your home country.
The Acting Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Filimoni Vosarogo highlighted this while speaking to the 11 Fijians who will be departing under the Pacific Australia Labour Scheme and adds that this is a multiplier effect through employer referral which has opened doors to more potential Fijian workers.
Employer referrals occur when an employer through the recommendation of a good performing worker decides on the selection of someone to work for the company.
Vosarogo says some of them may be first time travellers to Australia, away from their villages, communities and to the bright lights of Australia.
He reminded the workers not to deviate from their personal goals, and focus on the reasons for them pursuing to work in Australia in order to elevate their standard of living and reap benefits for their family, especially their children.
The Acting Employment Minister reminded the workers that all decisions they make while in Australia should be motivated by their goals, aspirations, country, training, and most importantly with their family in mind.
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