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Job ad decline "swift and extreme"
Underemployment rises sharply
RCSA conference postponed in favour of virtual event
The extent to which recruitment businesses can take full advantage of the JobKeeper subsidy remains somewhat unclear, industry leaders say.
Massive challenges still lie ahead for recruiters but responses to the crisis so far, from both agencies and employers, reveal a surprising "maturity" and heralds a fundamental shift in staffing partnerships, says RCSA CEO Charles Cameron.
Various government stimulus packages will provide some relief and support to struggling recruitment leaders and their staff, but access could prove challenging.
Just as authorities are urging the public to 'flatten the curve' of COVID-19 infections, recruitment leaders can take steps to keep market conditions above a baseline, says RCSA CEO Charles Cameron.
Job ads rise for second month
"Problematic" quarter drives Ambition loss
RCSA votes on rules for running president
Rubicor removed from ASX
A major priority for the recruitment industry this year will be limiting labour hire licensing schemes only to high-risk sectors, says RCSA CEO Charles Cameron.
Xpand MD joins specialist recruiter
Chandler Macleod to launch 'XPO' brand
Accenture appoints new head of talent
Changes flagged for skilled migration list
RCSA and LinkedIn launch women in recruitment series
Industrial manslaughter laws increase recruiters' liability risks
Soft skills set to attract a 'wage premium'
Tech talent turning away from perks
Specialist recruiter wins US award
News in brief: PageUp, Xceptional
RCSA names new state board leaders
Unlicensed labour supplier convicted and fined
Adecco's top line falls following business shift
Small gains in SME hiring
Technology talent unhappy in current roles
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