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Today’s changes to SA’s Labour Hire Licensing a win for workers & business, industry body says

September 24, 2019

The peak body for the recruitment, staffing and labour hire sectors, RCSA, welcomes the South Australian Government’s announcement that they will amend the state’s Labour Hire Licensing Act to target the sectors where there is evidence of worker exploitation. 


RCSA CEO Charles Cameron said the move to target the licensing scheme would improve its ability to address isolated exploitation issues, while allowing agencies who service industries where there is no evidence of exploitation to get on with the job of placing South Australians in work and supporting local business growth.


Mr Cameron (pictured left) said the proposed changes were great news for agency workers and the businesses they support.


“RCSA has long been one of the strongest advocates for improving mechanisms to target and stamp out the cases of exploitation perpetrated by rogue elements of the labour hire sector in Australia,” Mr Cameron said.