Do you / does your worker have a visa that will expire, or limits work hours?
While you've probably heard of the expensive, extensive work experience requiring, Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (482), not so many people have heard of the Training Visa (407) - which many students / graduates / working holiday visa holders, etc., may easily qualify for and we'd like to assist you to organise.
Whats good about the training visa (407)?
Like everything visa related, it depends on the circumstances. But here are some general points:
Enhance your skills
Work toward the next occupational title in your career plan through on-the-job training, with sponsorship under the Training Visa
Save tens of thousands
Save your company tens of thousands in operating costs (approx $15,000 per staff member pa) with the Training Visa (407)
Much like a work visa
You'll be entitlement to full-time, paid employment with no schooling / class attendance required at any stage
Control staff turnover
Tired of having a high staff turnover? Extend your existing workers' tenure (who hold e.g., student visas, graduate visas, working holiday visas, etc.)
Open future doors
Potentially qualify for subsequent visas which may lead to further employment and Permanent Residency
Boost business planning
Position your business to run smoothly by having clear, set timeframes your employees will serve your company