This week's biggest recruitment news, in brief

Labour hire · Labour hire licensing

In the past week, the hottest articles on Shortlist covered: leaders' 2020 strategies; national labour hire licensing; declining agency revenue; DXC's contingent overhaul; JXT administration details; Infosys' hiring drive progress; and more.

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Recruitment leaders have shared their top business strategy priorities for 2020.

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Details have emerged of the "guiding principles" for the proposed national labour hire regime.

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More recruitment businesses are reporting declining revenue, amid "a little bit more uncertainty" in the market.

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Documents filed by JXT's administrators show its main backer pulled $6 million in funding just before Christmas.

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DXC Technology is entering 'phase two' of its massive contingent labour overhaul.

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Recruiters are being urged to push back against bad business terms, ahead of an RCSA campaign on the topic.

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Infosys shares how it is hiring 1,200 new people by the end of 2020.

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And in recent people news...

A labour hire director associated with a string of liquidated businesses owes a further $915k, new documents show

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Ambition director Mark Jones has joined Constructive.

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ManpowerGroup GM Cassandra Crawley is moving to Chandler Macleod XPO.

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Randstad has promoted Sarah Renshaw to state manager for WA and NT.

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