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Licensing for Queensland Labour Hire Companies

June 20, 2017

The Queensland Government is expected to introduce mandatory licensing for labour hire companies in Queensland according to a media statement released by the Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations. Queensland Labour Hire companies would need to comply with the following legal obligations:

 

  • Pass a fit-and-proper person test;

  • Ensure compliancy with workplace laws including superannuation, minimum wages and QLeave.

  • Pay the licensing fees;

  • Report regularly regarding business operations , payment of employees and requirements;

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    Provide evidence of the number of employees engaged through visa arrangements and domestic employees.

  • The legislation is expected to be implemented within the coming weeks into Labour Hire companies within Queensland, however, the scheme is not expected to be up and running until 2018.

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