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1000+ jobs gone as major labour hire firm enters receivership

Receivers were appointed to five firms within ELE Group yesterday, and are trying to help laid off staff find new jobs.

More than 1000 staff employed by the ELE Group of companies had their contracts terminated yesterday.

Update: Receivers of the failed group of ELE companies have been liaising with government agencies to help find re-employment for the 1000+ staff who were laid off yesterday. 

In a media statement released shortly before midday, Deloitte's David Webb said they have been working to support the

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