Smm’s management announced today it will cover more people in 2019 than in 2016 and it is considering extending coverage to new countries and territories.
Key points:Smm is seeking more overseas workersSmm said it has increased overseas workforce to 1.6 millionSource: Smm managerThe decision follows a review of its overseas workforce, including how it is managed and the impact of climate change on workers and communities.
Smm’s managing director, Andrew Worsley, said it was looking at ways to grow the overseas workforce.
“In order to meet the growing demand for our services, we need to work together with our partners and communities to make sure our services are delivered to the right people and communities,” he said.
Mr Wors, who is the head of Australia’s biggest hospitality and travel group, has been at Smm since 2009.
He said the company would focus on increasing the number of people in Australia by 50 per cent.
“This is a great opportunity to expand our workforce to meet demand in the short term and also help us achieve our sustainability targets,” Mr Wors said.
“Our long-term growth will depend on how well we are able to ensure the health and safety of our people and how well our services can be delivered to communities and businesses.”
We will continue to work with partners and our community partners to ensure that our services meet the needs of those in our communities, and will look to support the work of local agencies, as well as the community and tourism communities, in supporting the delivery of our services.
“Smm, a national provider of personal and small business services to the public, is Australia’s largest independent travel operator, with more than 60,000 employees.
Its annual turnover is $4.3 billion.