This site highlights potential improvements to worker support within New Zealand’s RSE Policy that were identified in a 701 Policy Project. The Recognised Seasonal Employer Policy began in 2007 and has been touted as a win-win situation for the Pacific and New Zealand (Department of Labour, 2010). It is helping to address labour gaps in New Zealand and unemployment in the Pacific. Refining issues of worker support will help to maximise the schemes large potential for future scope. I have utilised an analytical framework that combines government failure and comparative institutional analysis to seek policy recommendations. This has identified seven potential improvements. Those with the most premise include capping employer deductions from worker pay, providing separate regulations for seasonal housing and making available an employment contract template.