Employers in sectors such as aged care, tourism, catering and construction said they were behind their targets in a recruitment drive and needed the help of foreign workers. Photo: Oliver Tsang Employers in sectors such as aged care, tourism, catering and construction said they were behind their targets in a recruitment drive and needed the help of foreign workers. Photo: Oliver Tsang
Employers in sectors such as aged care, tourism, catering and construction said they were behind their targets in a recruitment drive and needed the help of foreign workers. Photo: Oliver Tsang

Industry divided on import of workers

While employers say they are not meeting recruitment figures, unions voice fears over lower wages and call for more training instead

Employers in sectors such as aged care, tourism, catering and construction said they were behind their targets in a recruitment drive and needed the help of foreign workers. Photo: Oliver Tsang Employers in sectors such as aged care, tourism, catering and construction said they were behind their targets in a recruitment drive and needed the help of foreign workers. Photo: Oliver Tsang
Employers in sectors such as aged care, tourism, catering and construction said they were behind their targets in a recruitment drive and needed the help of foreign workers. Photo: Oliver Tsang
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