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Inter-Agency Understandings

Department of Labour has Inter-Agency Understandings with the following Pacific states:

Fiji

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment of New Zealand and the Ministry of Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations of Fiji in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Papua New Guinea

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment of New Zealand and the Department of Labour and Industrial Relations of Papua New Guinea in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Kiribati

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Department of Labour of New Zealand and the Ministry of Labour and Human Resource Development of the Republic of Kiribati in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Samoa

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Department of Labour of New Zealand and the Ministry of Prime Minister and Cabinet of the Independent State of Samoa in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Solomon Islands

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Department of Labour of New Zealand and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Labour Mobility Unit in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Tonga

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Department of Labour of New Zealand and the Ministry of Labour, Commerce and Industries of the Kingdom of Tonga in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Tuvalu

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Department of Labour of New Zealand and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Labour of the Republic of Tuvalu in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.

Vanuatu

This Inter-Agency Understanding is between the Department of Labour of New Zealand and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Vanuatu in support of New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Work Policy.