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“ Is the company responsible for providing a working visa? ”

Annie D. asked a question in topic Application Advice
to Any Pernod Ricard Winemakers Graduate Programme Insiders

06/04/2018
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09/04/2018
Graduate Program Manager, Pernod Ricard Winemakers, Pernod Ricard

Hello Annie, Thank you for your question. If a working visa is required for the country of your in-market placement, then yes the company will organise a working visa for you. For the latest round of recruitment that is currently open, we do require you to have residency or a working visa already for either Australia or NZ.

Thank you.
Alicia

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