Lateline - Will Aldous Interviewed About Changes to 457 Visa - 13 September 2017
Written By Will Aldous | Wed, Sep 13, 2017
The shortage of experienced and highly skilled Chefs, Bakers and Resturant Managers across Australia has been increasing rapidly in recent years. Coupled with a growing demand for talented staff, Australian hospitality venues are feeling the pressure.
On last night's episode of Lateline, Will Aldous from TSS was featured alongside chefs Neil Perry and Nino Zoccali, commenting on the ongoing effects of the skills shortage and the impact of the government's changes to the 457 visa program.
"Some of Australia's top chefs and restaurant owners are warning their businesses are being put at risk due to a skills shortage in hospitality that is being exacerbated by the government's changes to the 457 visa program" reports Emily Stewart from Lateline.
Many experts and industry leaders have also suggested that these changes will mean a level of uncertainty that will jeopardise the quality and diversity of the Australian dining scene - Read more on ABC.
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