Immigration policy provides detailed guidelines on the requirements a company must meet in order to be admitted to an employment contract. Although the policy is not legally binding, it is a very useful guide to how the Department can apply and apply the migration provisions to any request that awaits it. It is outside the scope of this article to provide a complete overview of these requirements or to consider all possible scenarios (due to the complexity and volume of materials to be considered). We therefore strongly recommend, if you are considering applying for an employment contract for your company, that you have professional advice on this matter. A hiring contract allows your company to hire a qualified temporary foreign workforce for trades on the consolidated Employee Sponsor List (CSOL), in which you can prove that no qualified Australian worker is available. A company that enters into an employment contract on a loan basis becomes an approved sponsor and can designate and hire foreign workers in the approved professions. This type of employment contract is designed to address the shortage of skilled labour in the local labour market during the construction phase of resource and infrastructure projects. A fast food contract is the only way for your company to recruit a temporary overseas workforce into the retail manager or retail supervisor occupations, where you can prove that no qualified Australian worker is available. Qualified foreign workers whom the employer wishes to appoint for a visa under the employment contract must: seekvisa on-hire-labour-agreement-information-booklet-september-2013 If such an agreement exists for the sector in which a company operates, the individual employment contract, if approved, contains the same conditions as those provided for in the broader sector agreement. The company cannot apply for concessions, for example.B. Exemptions to qualified visa requirements (all relevant concessions would have already been negotiated with important industry stakeholders at the time of negotiation of the cross-sector employment contract).