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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
Job ads continue monthly growth
Skilled migration hearings begin
Unlicensed labour hire ends in $310k fines
The Victorian Government has announced it will fund personal leave for casuals under a pilot scheme, in a move RCSA CEO Charles Cameron describes as "reactive and opportune".
Candidates will take pay cut to work remotely
Victorian support package of limited use to staffing sector
Regional recruitment demand prompts expansion
News in brief: Adecco NZ, Law Council and Prominence
Russell Reynolds adds to local practice
Agencies warned against 'recruiting' for non-existent roles
'Thousands of problems' with labour hire applications
Ads and searches for remote jobs soar
The new version of RCSA's code for ethical conduct will provide it with a wider range of tools to deal with complaints and disputes, while giving recruiters greater ability to "self-regulate", says RCSA CEO Charles Cameron.
Here we wrap some of the key legal and compliance news for recruitment leaders so far in 2020.
Unemployment jumps to 7.1%
Seek ads up almost 40% in May
Demand for executives recovers ground
SA relaxes labour hire licensing
LinkedIn launches new "stories" feature
Coles hires 7,000, needs 5,000 more
Rogue labour hire operator and director fined $180k
Mining jobs "not significantly impacted"
Sustainable labour market development "the only logical choice
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