Govt wants speedier process to hire foreign KiwiBuild workers

Talisa Kupenga

E aro ana te Kāwanatanga ki te mirimiri i ngā tikanga noho manene, kia ngāwari ake ai te urunga mai o ngā kaimahi hanga whare nō tāwāhi ki Aotearoa, ki te whakakī i te nui o aua tūranga mahi e wātea ana. Engari ko tā Nahinara he mahi māminga kē tēnei tū a te Kāwanatanga, i te mea i kauhau kē rātou mō te whakahekenga iho o te hunga manene ki Aotearoa i mua i te kōwhiringa pōti.

Kei te whakakorea te rautaki pane uruwhenua Kiwibuild a te Kāwanatanga kia taea ai e te hunga o tāwahi te whiwhi mahi ki konei.

Ko tā Simon Bridges Kaiārahi o Nāhinara, "this is rank hypocrisy by Government for pure politics prior to the election they were going to slash immigration. Immigrants were all the problem."

Ina kaore he rerekētanga ka raru pea a KiwiBuild. Ko ngā rehe kōrere, hihiko, kaihangāia, kaiwhakahaere toru tekau mano te hiahia. Ko te whakatau ka kake te hiahia ki ēnei momo ma te tekau mā rima ōrau hei te tau rua mano rua tekau ma rua.

Ko tā te Minita Take Whare a Phil Twyford, "it's always been our policy that we would be bringing in skilled workers from overseas because we've inherited a situation where the former government simply didn't invest in the workforce."
Ko tā Bridges ko te ahua nei ko te katoa o KiwiBuild ka hanga I tāwāhi.

“It's foreign flat-pack companies, it's foreign capital and Phil Twyford is talking to the banks and now they've finally come to the party and realised they actually need foreign construction workers as well. Well, we've been telling them that for months we've been telling them that for years."

Ko ngā tūtohunga e hiahiatia:

  • Rarangi pukenga KiwiBuild kia kakama te whakakī ngā tūnga mahi e mōhio e kore e taea tētahi kaimahi no Aotearoa
  • He Momo tohutuku mo te rāngai hanganga kia ngāwari kia tere ake hoki te whakaae ngā pare uruwhenua
  • He Ture whakaritenga tohutuku wāhi mahi kia noho haumaru te kaimahi

Ko tā Bridges "we've always said actually you need sensible immigration for the skills and the capital that they bring and now it seems the government has very belatedly come around to this."

Ko te whakapae ka tuwhera te rārangi pukenga hei te marama o Hakihea, ā, ka whai wā te whakaako te hunga ki konei.