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What makes Wairoa a great place to work and what would make it even better?

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Idea

Look for alternative large organisations that want to build homes in district, lessen building restrictions/consents to allow them to set up and add conditions that a percentage of staff employed are local. collaboration with government to seek out these organisations in NZ or oseas or look to bring back qualified/skilled NZers that are living in Aussie and provide incentives for them to set up business

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by using existing successful businesses/farms etc to develop fee for service customised training/ development programmes in consultation/ partnership with iwi and other government agencies, and ask government to promote these programmes to foreign government agencies, or immigrants who want alternative learning and practices and hands on experience. foreign government delegations could come from developing countries.

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Develop a campaign targeting immigrants (work permits) to move to district, as part of the job description (JD), the applicant is to have savvy skills on social media, they are to promote their tasks showing their networks and (sponsors of the scheme) what happens during their day, the jobs can be a series of 6mths to 1 yr individual contracts i.e, farming, fishing, adventurer relevant to the district, even a JD on historical trails. the key elements of how to go about this can be taken from the below link View Link

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Idea

EIT needs to have more courses available. Things like MARINE BIOLOGY, ART, Electrical courses etc. Catching a bus to Gisborne daily at 7am is difficult for people with kids (and that's 95% of Wairoa population). Plus more youth/adults who are unemployed will be able to upskill!

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Idea

I would like to see a robust business development plan put in place to attract and support new and existing businesses to the district. A team to respond to potential new businesses in the area who would work with people to find the right location, possibly offer an initial rates break to help them become established (if required) and support with new business development (i.e. training & mentorship).

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The option to walk to work is always handy. There's no traffic jams, no delays. The quiet life of the town is also fantastic. There's no noise around where I live (although I think I'm the youngest resident on my block). Everything is within walking distance. You can walk along the main street and spend a long time catching up with friends and whanau who happen to be walking it too.

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