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New Zealand First Party : Apply For Membership

Organisation : New Zealand First Party
Facility Name : Apply For Membership
Country : New Zealand
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How To Apply For New Zealand First Party Membership?

To join as a member in New Zealand First Party Membership and to put New Zealand and New Zealanders first join now in our First Party Membership

Related / Similar Facilities :

New Zealand ONE Party : Apply For Membership

New Zealand First Party Membership Renewal

Steps to Apply for Member :
Just follow the below steps to apply for New Zealand First Party Membership
Step 1 : Go to the above link
Step 2 : Click on “Join” button
Step 3 : To become a First Member choose the amount and click “SIGN UP”
Step 4 : Fill the form with your details
Step 5 : Agree the privacy policy
Step 6 : Click on “Next” button.

About New Zealand First Party

Our Story :
** New Zealand First is the third largest party in the New Zealand Parliament.
** The Party was formed in 1993 to represent those New Zealanders concerned about the social and economic direction of our country, and who were seeking pragmatic, common-sense representation in Parliament.
** Following the 2017 General Election, the Party retained 9 seats in the House of Representatives and formed a Coalition Government with the New Zealand Labour Party. Party Leader, Rt Hon Winston Peters, became Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand and the Party secured three other Cabinet positions and an Undersecretary role.
** At the core of New Zealand First’s policies are our “Fifteen Fundamental Principles”, which emphasise accountable and transparent government, common-sense social and economic policy, and the placing of the interests of New Zealand, and New Zealanders, at the forefront of Government decision-making.

New Zealand First Party Policies

Small Business In New Zealand
** New Zealand First supports all aspects of small business.
** They are the backbone of growth, employment, and community in our country and New Zealand First believes that government should support them.
** The COVID-19 crisis hit small businesses the hardest, making them more vulnerable than during and after the Global Financial Crisis.
** That is why we believe government should be at the forefront of ensuring it is doing everything it can to support small businesses in becoming profitable once again.
** Providing opportunity and incentive to grow and improve productivity.

** Continue to support the nation-wide roll-out of ultra-fast broadband and support initiatives for electronic learning and upskilling of vocational skills
** Redefine small to medium enterprise from 19 employees to 50 full-time equivalent staff
** Negotiate for the full reinstatement of the 90 day trial programme or at least expand its reach to more small businesses.
** Provide further support for business linked internships helping bridge the gap between industry and training
** Investigate the feasibility of a digital CV scheme to help employers and job-seekers during the hiring process
** Continue to streamline the tax exemptions so that they are simplified
** Convene a cluster to establish once and for all what the ‘red tape’ challenges are that hold all small businesses back and then work to remove them
** Assist with the cost of staff training and apprenticeships in the workplace

Employment In New Zealand
** In post-COVID New Zealand support for Kiwis to retain or regain employment will be vital.
** New Zealand First has always believed in the safety net of social welfare but also understands the desire of all Kiwis to have the mana of honest employment.
** Some members of our society will require more support than others to gain and retain employment – we need a system that acknowledges that and has the levers to provide that support locally.
** New Zealand First also recognises that members of our disabled community want to work and so we will provide better support to both the employer and employee to realise this aspiration.

** Negotiate for the full reinstatement of the 90 day trial programme or at least expand its reach to more small businesses.
** Re-establish Careers New Zealand as a separate entity but widen its target demographic to cover all New Zealanders regardless of age – currently no agency has responsibility for careers advice after secondary school – Careers New Zealand would assume this responsibility
** Extend funding and professional development around career advice and job transition for librarians across New Zealand so they can better support their community, regardless of age or employment status, with employment and training advice
** Enhance local workforce development councils and industry workforce planning to better target financial support for on and off job training
** Through greater focus on and investment in both local and nationwide skills needs minimise the importation of labour
** Streamline and target apprenticeship financial support to ensure a continual stream of skilled workers in New Zealand key industries as these change and grow to minimise reliance on imported skilled workers
** Reinstate Workbridge as the primary employment agency for Kiwis who are differently abled and resource them to provide the appropriate level of pastoral support to both the employee and employer
** Ensure the support put in place for the “newly unemployed” due to COVID-19 continue in both urban and rural communities to address the change in the future of work identified pre-COVID
** Actively set up a seniors employment plan and support uptake of the employers toolkit for nature workers

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