More than 25 industry associations take aim at labour shortages

30 November 2021

The BCCM has joined more than 25 industry associations in signing agreements to help tackle Australia’s growing skills and labour shortages.

More than 25 industry associations have signed agreements to help tackle Australia’s growing skills and labour shortages. The agreements signed with Asuria, a public service provider that helps job seekers find long-term employment, will deliver a range of employment and skills programs on behalf of the Department of Education, Skills and Employment.

Read the full article, More than 25 industry associations take aim at labour shortages, in Dynamic Business, 29 November 2021.

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