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Labour hire scope scenarios

Our website provides a range of scope scenarios to help give you an idea of what is and is not labour hire. These scenarios have been developed in response to your feedback and will be progressively updated. 

You can find a range of scenarios through these links:

These examples are for illustrative purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. You should consider your particular circumstances when determining whether you require a labour hire licence. If you are unsure, you should seek legal advice.

Applying for a licence: Information relating to workers

As part of the application for a labour hire licence, the Authority asks for information from providers about the total number of workers they supplied to hosts in the 12 months before the date of the application, or expect to supply to hosts during the 12 month period after a licence comes into forces.

The Authority may require additional information depending on the circumstances.

You can find examples of what information is required here: download PDF.

Common application mistakes to avoid

Since applications opened on 29 April, the Authority has noticed that many labour hire providers have made simple mistakes in their applications which has caused delays.