Victoria clamps down on labour hire firms

8 May 2017

The Victorian government has pledged widespread reforms to crack down on the exploitation of temporary workers.

The measures include a new licensing scheme for labour hire companies and laws that make it illegal for employers in regulated industries to use unlicensed labour hire firms.

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