Research: Organization and 457 Visa Essay

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Business Report

The 457 visa workers bring more labour to Australian labour market, they require cheaper wage and they work hard. Some of them are with highly specific technique in specific areas. In short term They are great resource of labour supply to Australian labour market that has human resource shortage. In long term, there is 10% of 457 labour return to their owen country and 6% have left the country. It is a unstable element to Australian labour market.
On the other hand, most of the 457 visa holders are from third country. They have less local experience, and in some cases overseas experience are not applicable. Since they have less local experience, they would have less or no acknowledgement of Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S). All of these above might affect the management of the company. In long term of view, Their local experience would increase and there are 40% of all 457 visa worker has become to Australianpermanent resident. So they could become a stable and stay in Australian labour market. It helps Australian Labour market shortage.

Therefore the 457 visa worker can be a stable and good resource of labour supply; they are manageable and sustainable labour resource. It is good to use 457 visa workers in the company with them under special managing.



This business report investigatesthe impactof 457 business visa problems in the construction industry, and recommendation to board of Management Foundations Construction how they should participate in 457 programmes.This research discussed how to adjust organisational behaviour to contribute to organisational productivity and sustainability in light of the 457 visa opportunities.These decisions dictate the business processes, the performance of 457 visa labours which, in turn, affect competitive advantage in an industry. An analysis of the information above will lead to what are the risks and benefits of the 457 visa program both in the short and long-term.
2.1 Literature Review
2.1.1Organisational behaviour
Organisational behaviour is defined by Stephen P. Robbins as "Organizational behaviour is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and structure have on