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New bill will update law on recruiters

Agencies will have to be licensed or have approval to operate here, but issues remain over temporary workers, writes Niall Byrne

25th July, 2009

The Employment Agency Regulation Bill, published earlier this month, seeks to ensure that all recruitment agencies operating in Ireland are properly licensed, but the issue of equal rights for temporary workers is awaiting consensus.

The main purpose of the Employment Agency Regulation Bill is to ensure that employment agencies serving the Irish market - including those based abroad - have a license to operate here or approval to operate in a member state of the...

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