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Type Journal Article - Asian and Pacific migration journal
Title Engaging with New Zealand's recognized seasonal employer work policy: The case of Tuvalu
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Volume 19
Issue 3
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2010
Page numbers 421-445
Abstract
New Zealand's Recognized Seasonal Employer (RSE) work policy is a managed circular migration initiative that is designed to provide benefits to employers in New Zealand's horticulture and viticulture industries, workers from Pacific states that have limited opportunities for wage-earning employment in their own countries, and the communities that the workers leave temporarily for work in New Zealand. Tuvalu is one of five Pacific countries where the New Zealand Department of Labour has been facilitating participation in the RSE scheme since the policy was formally introduced in April 2007. Tuvalu is by far the smallest of the participating countries, with a population aged 15–49 years of around 4,600 in 2008.

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Bedford, Bedford, and Ho. "Engaging with New Zealand's recognized seasonal employer work policy: The case of Tuvalu." Asian and Pacific migration journal 19, no. 3 (2010): 421-445.
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