seasonal worker


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a worker who finds employment only in certain seasons

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The report found workers employed pursuant to the Seasonal Worker Program delivered higher productivity and less staff turnover than working holiday makers, while 'backpackers' could be accessed at short notice to meet urgent demand in peak periods.
A seasonal employee for purposes of offering coverage or determining the penalty for not doing so (not to be confused with a seasonal worker for purposes of determining large employer status or the seasonal-worker exception, above) is one whose customary annual employment is six months or less (Regs.
The EU also has produced a proposed directive for common entry and residence conditions for seasonal workers from outside the EU.
Australia will initiate a three-year seasonal workers scheme within the year to address labor shortages in the country's agriculture industry, Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said Monday.
The seasonal workers make up a substantial part of Pacific Tomato Growers' work force.
Speaking at the Pacific Islands Forum in Samoa, Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, said the measures would increase both the flexibility and support within the Seasonal Worker Programme and reflect a broader commitment to expand labour mobility in the Pacific.
The Ministry of Labor's inspection teams have found that some of seasonal workers for the Haj are violating labor law.
Witnesses said the married man, who is a seasonal worker in his first year at the park, was hit as he tried to cross the track.
The National Farmers' Federation (NFF) has welcomed today's announcement of new measures to support farmers and seasonal workers in accessing the Seasonal Worker Programme.
Employers in breach of this will face "effective, proportional and dissuasive" sanctions and must compensate the seasonal worker concerned.
The 21-year-old managed to borrow the money despite being a seasonal worker at the time of his death.
However, once that power has been exercised, the member state cannot exclude the posted or seasonal worker from such benefits on the pretext that the worker in question receives similar benefits in another state.
Non-EU seasonal workers should be given a seasonal worker permit' to ensure minimum working conditions and social rights, for example related to pay or safety.
Mr Lamb said Mr Smith - a deaf, seasonal worker, from Catfield, Norfolk - had problems with a Halifax credit card and then got a loan.