employment agency

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an agency that finds people to fill particular jobs or finds jobs for unemployed people

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The problem here is that most agencies who supply agency workers are 'employment businesses' who may be committing a criminal offence under the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003 if they supply workers to an employer to cover for workers who are on strike.
Regulations amended in 2007 state that an employment business may not supply a temporary worker to a hirer to replace an individual taking part in an official strike or any other official industrial dispute.
Info Edge is the third biggest player with three per cent advertising mainly in the employment business segment.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reported that Preferred Labor LLC agreed to the settlement after selling its entire temporary day-labor employment business to another agency.
An employment business and technical recruitment agency and training specialist, the Wolviston Group comprises of Wolviston Management Services Limited, Manning Limited and Wolviston Training Resources
When I moved into the employment business in the early 80's, there were times when we were blatantly asked to place young and pretty women.
Mr Sutcliffe said the Government had revised the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations in 2004 to deal with the problem.
Traditional 'industrial estate' zoning may be of use where there is strong demand for distribution or manufacturing, but overall there may be an acceptable quid pro quo for release of land-hungry but low and declining employment business land uses, such as textiles warehousing (now importing clothing where once it was manufactured), timber yards, scrap yards, and other uses that do not have a strict requirement to be located in dense inner urban areas--providing this quid pro quo is made real, by, for example, developers contributing to a shared pot to develop new floorspace for growth sectors.
We take our compliance seriously and, where there is doubt, we always clarify with the client for what purpose the worker is required prior to engagement ensuring we are not contravening The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003, enacted under the Employment Agencies Act 1973.
Employment businesses and employment agencies are different things: a business that arranges you temporary work with a 'hiring company' is legally known as an employment business, while an employment agency is a business that introduces job-seekers to employers (eg a recruitment consultant).
An employment business turned cat-sitter to help a candidate land her dream job with a leading law firm.
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