Providers can show they have a licence by:
Some new labour hire licence applications have been started by people who do not control the labour hire business, like accountants or administrative assistants.
If you are making an application, remember that a nominated officer must be a person responsible for the day-to-day directing of the business.
The Australian Table Grape Association’s Harvesting Greatness series showcases the importance of seasonal work in the Australian table grape industry. In the linked 360° videos, the association gives viewers an immersive experience, exploring the process of how table grapes are picked, packed and prepared for market.
Now is the time to check you're paying or getting the correct minimum pay rates using the Fair work Ombudsman’s Pay and Conditions Tool.
Victoria’s COVIDSafe settings have changed from Saturday 21 August.
This has changed the additional obligations for certain industries, including poultry and meat processing, warehousing, horticulture, construction and others.
To check if your industry has been affected visit How we work: Victoria.
All businesses must review and update their COVIDSafe Plans regularly, especially when restrictions or public health advice changes.
Organisations with multiple worksites must complete a COVIDSafe Plan for each worksite.
You can stay up to date with restrictions and public health advice at coronavirus.vic.gov.au.
Authorised workers in Victoria are currently required to carry employer-certified permits when working and travelling for work.
Employers must keep a record of all Authorised Worker Permits they have issued. Workplaces in Victoria must not permit workers to undertake work at the workplace unless it an authorised provider or service, or workers are authorised.
To check your eligibility and to find out how to access the authorised worker permit visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au.
The Victorian Government offers a range of financial and other supports available to businesses and others affected by COVID-19.
You can also find information for Australian businesses from Business.gov.au.
The Labour Hire Authority (LHA) has refused a labour hire licence application by Amatak Labour Services Pty Ltd.
The LHA reviewed the labour hire licence application and found that Amatak sole director, Nico Keat, has been convicted of a serious indictable offence and was therefore not a fit and proper person to participate in operating a labour hire business.