Reform Of Subclass 457 Visa Scheme: Proposal of three models by Hitoshi Nasu SKU7596

Since its inception in 1996, the temporary skills migration program has been playing a pivotal role in addressing skilled labour shortages in Australia. However, the current program requires regulation for skills to be properly assessed and maintained, and labour shortages identified for each industry. A solution can be found by adopting one, or a combination of three proposed regulatory mechanism models.

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