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Director of eight failed labour hire companies disqualified
Gross profit yet to recover for PageGroup in Australia
Mixed demand for manufacturing, construction and services jobs
A fourteenth person is today facing charges in a labour hire scam worth an estimated $20 million. Meanwhile three parties have been fined $245k for labour hire breaches.
A Parliamentary report on Australia's temporary migration schemes renews prior calls for national labour hire licensing and 'same job, same pay' practices, but largely ignores opportunities to address critical skills issues, industry leaders say.
Labour hire licensee fails 'fit and proper person test'
No casual claim extension regardless of "misrepresentation"
Labour hire company fined $33k for non-compliance
Recruitment platform expands into Melbourne
News in brief: Talent Rise, Scout Talent, Bullhorn
Jobs ads slip back but "no nosedive"
Labour hire licence suspended over criminal history
Manufacturing jobs demand nudges higher
Labour hire company fined $50k over fatality
Business tiers for licensing set to change
PeopleIn acquisitions delivering on lofty growth goals
Expat trend reversing as talent moves offshore
Hays testing radio ads to reach more candidates
Recruiter "on a mission to save the world"
Labour hire scheme starts tomorrow
Australian employers and staffing companies would benefit from a "light-touch" national labour hire licensing scheme, provided it overrides existing state and territory regimes, an industry group says.
JobKeeper's end hits executive demand
Queensland calls for labour hire licensing expansion
Hiring "unchanged" but intentions spike: NSC
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