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This deed is made between and binds the Commonwealth of Australia and each Pacific Labour Scheme approved employer.

This deed is made between and binds the Commonwealth of Australia and each Seasonal Worker Programme approved employer.

The purpose of these guidelines is to provide information and guidelines to Pacific Labour Scheme employers to enable their successful participation in the PLS. They are intended to help employers understand and meet their obligations and…

These guidelines are written for approved employers participating in the Seasonal Worker Programme (SWP). They are intended to help employers understand and meet their obligations and responsibilities as an approved employer detailed in the SWP…

Use this reference guide to prepare your application. All employer applications, including all required documentation, must be completed and submitted via the online application form found on the…

The PALM scheme skills development program provides workers with access to training while they are working in Australia. This application form and application guide are for employers to apply for skills development funding on their workers'…

Information for prospective Pacific and Timor-Leste workers on what it is like to work in Australia in the aged care, aquaculture, disability services, horticulture, meat processing and tourism and hospitality sectors.

A guide for Pacific and Timor-Leste workers living in Australia with information on finding a rental property, lease periods and payment, maintenance, furniture, real estate agents and how to be a good housemate.

Superannuation, or super, is Australia’s retirement savings system. When a worker is employed in Australia, the employer has to pay super for them. Super is generally 10% of a worker’s salary and is additional to their normal pay. 

A guide for PALM scheme workers in Australia. Everyone has mental health needs. Just like our physical health, we need to look after it.

If you are a Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme worker, there are people who can support you during your time in Australia.

To help make workers' arrival in Australia easier, employers pay for some items in advance. Workers are required to pay back these costs. Generally, these costs are paid back to employers through deductions from workers' pay and this is spread…

Graphic poster for printing with information about how workers can stay safe when driving in Australia.

Recruiting Pacific and Timor-Leste workers through the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility scheme (PALM) scheme may be a good solution for employers who can’t find enough local labour.

The accommodation must meet the following minimum requirements. Please note, this is intended as a quick reference guide only.