The Authority is contacting providers with overdue annual reporting23 December 2020
Most labour hire providers lodge their annual reporting by the due date, however a small number of providers have overdue annual reporting. These providers are being contacted by the Authority to remind them to comply with their obligations and to lodge their annual reporting.
Annual reporting helps the Authority monitor and enforce compliance, ensures the Authority has current information to better understand providers, and improves the transparency of the labour hire industry.
Providers who fail to lodge annual reporting will be issued a notice to comply and may face licence conditions, suspension or cancellation.
If you have any problems lodging your report on time, please contact the Authority before your reporting period ends to discuss your individual circumstances.
Annual reporting resources
To help licensed providers collect the information and supporting documents needed to complete their annual reporting, the Authority has published an annual reporting guide and checklist.
For most providers annual reporting is short and simple. In developing the annual reporting process, the Authority considered feedback from the labour hire licence application process and made annual reporting more straightforward and easier to use.