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FAQ

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
APPLICATION PROCESS

Answer: After you pass the interview CCR will put you forward for selection to the client, and they will review applications. This usually takes two to three weeks. Once the client approves or accepts your application the CCR team will ask Bison to assist you to complete requirements at your end. The overall process takes two to three months before deployment.

Answer: The employer pays for part of the cost of the employment process, but successful applicants will be required to pay a NZD$3,500 fee upon arrival in New Zealand.

Answer: The employer pays for part of the cost of the employment process, but successful applicants will be required to pay a NZD$3,500 fee upon arrival in New Zealand.

Answer: It will take 10-25 working days before it will be released, but sometimes it can be processed earlier than we expected. The overall process takes two to three months before deployment.

Answer: It depends on your employer, sometimes they pay, sometimes they negotiate or share the cost with the employee.

Answer: Unfortunately we cannot offer a candidate a position without two years’ experience abroad. 

Answer: If you get promoted to a mid-skill level position you may ask for a sponsorship visa, which will allow you to br.ing your family over. But anyone can apply for a tourist visa for their family at their own cost. Tourist visas are valid for three months.

LIFE IN NEW ZEALAND

Answer: Dairy farming positions typically provide accommodation for workers on-site, with a weekly rental at the market rate deducted from weekly pay. For workers outside the dairy industry, the employer will typically organise rental accommodation for the worker, which will incur a weekly rental fee.

Answer: Most entry dairy farming positions pay around NZD$50,000 per annum. When you are considered for a position you will be notified of the salary.

Answer: New Zealand is a safe place to live and work, with low levels of corruption. The natural environment is very beautiful and the people are laidback and friendly.

Check out this website for more information: https://www.newzealandnow.govt.nz/

Answer: Each employee in New Zealand is entitled to four weeks’ annual paid leave and five days’ paid sick leave. 

For more information go to: https://www.employment.govt.nz/leave-and-holidays/ 

Answer: Most low-skilled category visas are for a period of one year, for a one-year employment contract, but the employer can seek to renew the contract and visa. We contact employers three months before the visa expires and it is common for them to seek a renewal. 

Answer: You can speak to your family any time outside of your working hours. 

Our expert team handles the recruitment process of overseas workers into New Zealand businesses.

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