Recruitment Professionals and licensing – what is there to know?
With labour licensing now established in Queensland and South Australia it is important that all recruitment professionals understand the key elements that impact their day to day activities. This webinar will summarise all the key points APSCo has developed to support Members and to ensure you have a well-rounded knowledge of the impact of working in a licensed jurisdiction.
Remember, you must be licensed to supply – you do not have to have a business operation in that jurisdiction – so this information is relevant as who knows where your next client request may come from..
Attendees will receive an e-reading and a checklist reference which details how to manage information from collection to disposal.
Presenter: Jessica Geelan, Squire Patton Boggs
Jessica Geelan is an Associate in the Labour & Employment Practice at Squire Patton Boggs. She advises clients across all areas of employment, workplace relations, discrimination and occupational health and safety law. She advises clients in a broad range of sectors and has particular expertise in advising clients in the recruitment industry.
Jessica has worked closely with APSCo Australia in developing government submissions on a number of issues facing the recruitment industry, including labour hire licensing. Jessica is also a legal advisor on the APSCo Australia advice line.
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