Although Seasonal purely specialises in Recruitment for the Australian Government Seasonal Workers Program, through our affiliated network of offices in 6 Australian capital cities and 11 regional centres, we can assist with your entire recruitment or permanent placement needs.
Whether its Agriculture, Government, Commercial, Private or Offshore Placements, let Seasonal do it right the first time...
How It All Works
You contact us.
We answer your questions via phone or email.
We come and meet you at your place of employ.
We discuss your specific needs and advise if and how we can assist plus answer further questions, if you like what we offer you sign a contract and we supply staff, you move on with developing your business knowing staff and compliance is no longer an issue and that you have a partner in growing your business.
Its as simple as that…
Kind Words From Employees
What our employees thought about the service provided by Seasonal.
Mi wish blo talem thank you go towards the staff at seasonal labour solutions, you change my life, wish blo mi go lo Australia and my boss. Am 45 and never get paid job. Last time mi pem daughter wedding and her pikinini school fees. We put electric city in village and now phone. I cant say tumas thank u.Toto Toara
Before mifala start, English for us is good but typing hemi not good,but for us you know we talk so good. Afta lo Australia last 3 years, mi build house and my pikinini now school every day, mi laikem this job and my boss, next will be my 4 times mi kam to Australia, Thank-you hemi good tumasDavis Kalnagis
Recent News Articles
Fresh job related news content posted each day.
Temporary seasonal work schemes for Pacific Island countries in New Zealand and Australia are bringing substantial economic and social benefits to Tonga. That’s the view of the chief executive of Tonga’s ministry of internal affairs, Lopeti Senituli. New Zealand’s long running Recognised Seasonal Employment scheme has given work to 1600 Tongans in the past 12
The new Liberal-National Coalition government in Australia is likely to expand the country’s seasonal worker program for the Pacific. That’s according to Jesse Doyle, a Research Officer at the Australian National University’s Development Policy Centre. He’s just published an article saying that incoming foreign minister Julie Bishop has long been a strong supporter of the
New Zealand apple growers will probably reach $1 billion in exports ahead of their 10-year 2022 target as the industry benefits from higher productivity and rising prices. The apple industry, New Zealand’s second-largest fresh fruit export after kiwifruit, has raised export prices to offset the negative impact of a higher New Zealand dollar on returns,