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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.
There's bound to be a rush as borders open and Australia's migration program expands, but lodging applications now can help recruiters get "ahead of the curve", a migration expert says.
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
Employers have welcomed new changes to Australia's migration program, calling them "a huge step" towards rectifying the current skills crisis.
Reo Group appoints executive director
Tanner Menzies rebrands for next stage of licensee growth
Visa challenges ahead require more action
Charterhouse GM moving on
Worst of JobKeeper's end "now behind us", where to focus BD
Border re-opening critical to easing talent shortages
Visa programs in inquiry's spotlight
High Court hearing WorkPac/Rossato appeal today
Increasing women's workforce participation by making childcare more affordable and making tax laws more attractive to overseas talent are among key Budget announcements aimed at creating more employment.
Job ads continue rising
Visa changes to deliver skills, labour boost
Demand eases for construction, manufacturing labour
News in brief: Casuals, RCSA conference
Industry groups are calling for "immediate" changes to Australia's skilled migration program, complaining the blocked migration pipeline is exacerbating talent shortages.
Mature-age job applicant wins discrimination claim
Call for 'executive of the year' nominations
Skills mismatch costing $1.25bn
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