In: Business and Management

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{text:bookmark} {text:toc-mark-start} {text:bookmark} {text:toc-mark-start} {text:bookmark} {text:toc-mark-start} Standing on the main corner of a Sydney or Melbourne street one can hear various and different languages and dialects from around the world. Recent decades have coincided with the rapid globalisation in Australia society, due to a main reason is the government’s immigration program as skilled worker migration. This program has been very much impacted on Australia labour force. According to Australia penetrates into the ageing society, a serious skilled labour shortage is occurred in many industries. {text:toc-mark-end} {text:toc-mark-end} {text:toc-mark-end}
Especially, the nursing industry is mainly affected by the aging population issue. Because of falling mortality rate, life expectancy and declining fertility rate, demand for nursing workforce is rapidly increasing in number. So, the solution that the government came up with the shortage of nurses was the General Skills Migration where overseas nurses can work in Australia. Through the skilled worker program, as many as number of lack of nursing labour force could be replaced by immigrated nurses.
Understanding and respect for different culture is one of valuable moral principles in these days as multiculturalism society. According to Bennett (n.d.), multiculturalism is defined that the emergence of the term is strongly associated with a growing realisation of the unintended social and cultural consequences of large-scale immigration. The influx of migrant skilled workers, foreign wives, business migration and other foreigners into Australia in recent years has led to a dramatic transformation of Australia society. Since 1945, Australia has welcomed over 6.5...