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Greg Savage launches recruitment academy
WHS Ministers' meeting rejects industrial manslaughter expansion
Accordant Group appoints new CEO
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Seek ads break more records
Three terms of business tripping up recruiters
New standards for gig workers
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A recruitment company has asked the Fair Work Commission to clarify whether casual loading specifically includes a long service leave component, as it faces down a union claim.
Clear contracts are the starting point for preventing legal claims from on-hire workers, but the end of the assignment is a key moment to mitigate risks for both agencies and host employers, a lawyer says.
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.
Major challenge to outsourcing underway
Job ads up 96% year-on-year
Timeframe, process set for casual award changes
Services jobs demand declines slightly
Mature-age job applicant wins discrimination claim
Call for 'executive of the year' nominations
Skills mismatch costing $1.25bn
Major amendments to the Fair Work Act will give employers much-needed clarity around casual employment. Watch this short webcast to understand exactly what is changing and how to respond.
JobKeeper coming to "bumpy" end this month
Talent named an exceptional workplace for third year
Freelance talent now "entrenched" offsite
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