Left to Right: Matt Paff, Mark Webster, Bruce Carr, Dr Paul Hauck vSure GM Matt Paff leads MBO of Australia’s leading work rights compliance platform and welcomes Australasian tech industry veteran Bruce Carr to the board. Sydney 16/7/2019 – Work rights and visa compliance technology company vSure, founded by serial entrepreneur and well-known migration industry
The Department of Home Affairs typically cancels between 8,000 and 9,000 student visas annually, however according to a report in The Australian (subscription required), based on the latest figures released for the year ending June 2015, there was a 30% increase in the number of cancellations. With International Education coming in as Australia’s fourth largest export
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison made one of his first public speeches as Minister at the Migration Institute of Australia Conference in October 2013. This gave an interesting insight into the new liberal government’s priorities in the immigration portfolio. The overwhelming message was that whilst productive migrants were welcome, individuals and employers who do the wrong
The vSure Team attended the Migration Conference 2013 in Canberra on 21 and 22nd October 2013. We met many interesting people and were pleased to find that vSure was well received by the masses. Looks like we are well on our way to becoming the industry standard in helping businesses manage their Temporary overseas workers!
The Sydney AHRI Practices Day 2013 is a one-day conference that gives HR professionals practical and useful tools to implement in the workplace. It was attended by over 250 HR professionals and 13 Exhibitors. vSure attended the AHRI (Australian Human Resources Institute) Practices Day on 20 March 2013. We attended presentations by: Colleen Durant, Westpac