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Opening borders may be a much-needed step towards economic recovery, but for some industries it will simply exacerbate skills shortages, two industry leaders say.
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More critical roles receiving travel ban exemptions
Recruitment partnership targets IT talent on the spectrum
"Significant improvement" in Q3 for ManpowerGroup
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Industry leaders have welcomed the Federal Government's renewed focus on highly skilled worker visas ahead of economic recovery. Meanwhile a specialist says employers could now be taking greater advantage of existing visa channels.
Seek ad recovery: how the regions are faring
Another new CEO for Nvoi and JXT
Staffing specialist appoints HR executive
'Backpacker tax' ruling "inherently unfair"
Seek ads rise slightly
New arrangements for Hong Kong visa holders
Applicant influx, but major reskilling required for infrastructure
News in brief: Melbourne shutdown, NZ recovery
Government announces temporary visa changes
JobKeeper package to be finalised in days
Job board support for "frontline" industries
Growth in manufacturing jobs as construction jobs fall further
Employers that urgently need to sponsor talent from overseas are now facing uncertain delays, while current visa holders are in limbo, migration specialists say.
Labour hire businesses in court over competing brands
Employers "reinvigorated" to secure top talent
Visa management platform launches
Quarterly cash flow: Elmo, PayGroup and more
Accenture appoints new head of talent
Chandler Macleod to launch 'XPO' brand
Xpand MD joins specialist recruiter
Changes flagged for skilled migration list
RCSA and LinkedIn launch women in recruitment series
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