Immigration and the changing face of fish and chip shops

28 September 2015
What do you do when you're short on time and cash but you've got a family to feed? "Fish-and-chip shops were often owned or run by immigrants, notably Croatian, Greek or Chinese," Professor Spoonley said.

New Zealand forge agreement to protect OFWs from human traffickers

22 September 2015
Labor & Employment Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz and New Zealand Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety Michel Woodhouse signed the “Arrangement on the Principles and Controls on the Recruitment and Protection of Filipino Workers in New Zealand”, in the presence of Philippine Ambassador to New Zealand Virginia Benavidez, and top officials of New Zealand’s Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment.

The Migration Challenges of a Global Banking and Finance Industry

21 September 2015
The banking and finance industry never sleeps, it is a truly global sector. Those that work within it are often expected to work in other countries and relocate. In fact, it is estimated that some 240 Million people live outside of their birth country as of 2015 and the finance sector is a significant contributor to this growing trend.

New service has migrants covered

16 September 2015
A new insurance product, aimed at giving migrants both cover and peace of mind, has launched. Migration Cover focuses on helping those moving to, or remaining in, Australia or New Zealand.
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