TWO employment businesses have taken a step to simply the process for Vanuatu workers to head to Australian farms.
International Mobility Services (IMS) and Vanuatu Pathways have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with hopes of increasing labour supply capacity across Australia.
The formal partnership between the organisations will facilitate the availability of job-ready people to fill skill shortages being experienced across Australia due to the impact of COVID-related closed borders.
IMS is a Timor-Leste registered company based in Dili and is part of the Philotimo Group. The group was founded by Australian entrepreneur and industry stalwart, Themelina Kassiou, affectionately known as Tammy Kassiou.
The Philotimo Group…