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Publication of new Agency regulations to be delayed
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 15:42 01/10/13
According to Government sources the new laws for replacing the existing Employment Agencies Act and the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003 are now likely to be published in early 2014.
Call for umbrellas and intermediaries to be in new regulatory framework
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 12:13 19/08/13 | Comments: 6
An agency trade body has said that its members want the new government proposals to provide a regulatory framework to include umbrellas and intermediary companies.
Welcome for Government decisions on agency regulation
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 11:46 18/07/13
The Association of Recruitment Consultancies (ARC) has applauded the Government for what it described as a considered approach on the consultation on reforming the regulatory framework for the recruitment sector.
Government acts on reforming recruitment industry
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 15:44 12/07/13 | Comments: 4
There was mixed reaction to the Government's response to the recent consultation on the future of regulating the agency market. Limited companies retain their right to opt-out; the Government will retain some regulatory responsibility though the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate (EAS) amid fears there would be a shift towards self-regulations.
Agency group rejects Government's idea of self-regulation
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 13:32 12/04/13 | Comments: 18
The Government's proposals to move agencies to a more self-regulated position has received the thumbs-down from one trade group who fear it could lead to a drop in overall standards.
Agency proposals solve some problems but create others
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 15:08 21/01/13
Agency representative group said that the Governments proposals to reform the regulatory framework for employment agencies and businesses solve some problems but create others.
Government consults on reform of agency regulations
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 12:50 18/01/13 | Comments: 1
The Government is consulting on whether or not to allow employment agencies to move to a more self regulatory regime.
Agents call for streamlining Conduct Regs
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 09:58 02/11/11 | Comments: 3
Agency representative body has responded to the Government's challenge to identify needless Red Tape by calling for a radical streamlining of the Conduct Regulations.
Crackdown on 'model' agencies
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 10:59 19/03/09 | Comments: 11
The Government has started a crackdown on rogue agencies by putting modelling and entertainment agencies in London under the spotlight. Nine agencies have been issued with warnings for failing to comply with the law.
Two more agencies call in administrators
Susie Hughes [News on Agents] 08:10 10/01/04
Two more recruitment consultancies have filed for adminstration this week. Freelancers who might be affected by these are being offered assistance from TreasureGuard.
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