Given the broad definition of “hiring services” (see below), the scope of the legislation is expected to be much greater than that of the hiring industry. The law imposes a number of offences that apply to both providers and users of “employment rental services.” The main offences under the law are: For example, a person does not provide hiring services solely because they are: This document describes the agreement between “host” and WorkCover Queensland with respect to the “Recover at Work” program for “the worker” The main objectives of the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 and the accompanying regulations are the protection of workers from exploitation by employment agencies; and to promote the integrity of the employment agency industry. As active partners of the Reruitment Consulting Services Association, we are committed to it on a daily basis at OnTalent and we have already begun the licensing process, which includes that the law covers the work rental industry and provides that a contractor is not a lender, simply because the person is a contractor, enters into a construction work contract and subcontracts for the execution of the work (point 7.3)b). This does not mean, however, that a contractor is not a provider of employment agencies for other reasons, nor that a contractor has not hired employment agencies through a sub-contract. An interim company carries out construction work or undertakes to carry out construction work if it does: a person or company cannot apply for a work permit if it has done so: the law was introduced in response to evidence of the exploitation of workers in the rental industry, documented in a report by the Queensland Finance and Administration Committee. The Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 establishes a mandatory worker certification system in Queensland that protects temporary workers from exploitation and promotes the integrity of the employment agency industry. It is difficult to determine whether a regulation is considered a “work attitude.” It is essential that there be, at least between the parties, a strong written contract that specifies that the agreement is not the hiring of labour, as it is likely to be covered by law. In addition, the following persons are not considered “workers” within the meaning of the definition of employment agencies: A person is a provider of employment agencies when he or she makes a worker available to another person as part of the exercise of a business.  By law, employment agencies are provided independently of this: among the bodies potentially affected by the law are public bodies and agencies close to the government that would not normally consider themselves as providers or users of employment agencies.