40,000 tourism workers are needed in New Zealand
40 000 tourist workers will be required in New Zealand over the next five years, said the newspaper "New Zealand". This is because the tourism industry is growing so fast that the country had to spend millions to ensure that the tourist traffic. Many smaller hotspots tourists with limited infrastructure struggles to cope with the number of tourism due to the small number of payers of rates in their area. Franz Josef Glacier, Fox Glacier and Lake Tekapo – it's only tree of these regions, but that's not the only problem faced by these regions.
Finding the right staff was a problem in the tourism industry during the past few years and is likely to deteriorate with increasing amounts of tourism. In regions such as the glacier region in the south-west, employers hire passengers on work visas and migrants, but the problem seems to be, is that they work during the tourist season, which begins in late October and ends in April, when their job ends due to lack of work. They go on, and then starts the problem of finding staff for next season, and the process continues year after year.
Part of the solution, it seems, is to prepare those who are resident in the region, so that at least there are people ready to take on the job as soon as possible. However, it depends on the employers' responsibility for training and not have to hope for the New Zealand Immigration to find employees.
At a time when the government is trying to find work for the unemployed, businesses have a responsibility to do their piece of the country and employ New Zealanders when jobs will be available, as in the end, they expect that the government will spend a lot of money. on traffic and infrastructure in their part of the country.
In recent years, employers called rogue employers in New Zealand a bad name. In some cases, when migrants are paid slave wages and deprived of their basic rights at work. It is important to consult with local people, if something does not seem right.
The main tourist areas on the South Island of New Zealand & # 39 are Queenstown, Wanaka, Lake Tekapo, Franz Josef Glacier, Fox Glacier and Kaikoura.
Sources Hanmer, Punakayki, Kayterytary and Mount Cook – other tourist village in the South Island.
It is expected that at least one third of tourist jobs will be in Auckland, and this can create a problem because of the high cost of living in the largest city of New Zealand and the minimum wage in the hospitality industry.
The advantage of working in some of the tourist village with a & # 39 is the low cost of living, which is provided by many employers, as well as free food, but it depends on the employers. Some employers pay for food, while others do not. This will all help you save money on future plans, but that does not mean that everyone in the industry will move forward as the tourist season is over, as many will be working for a quiet season.