NZ workforce hit hard by major rise in winter illnesses
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The country's work force has been stretched over the past few months as Covid-19 cases and winter illnesses dramatically increase. One hotel boss has called the endless staff shortage the worst he has ever seen it, and the latest national figures back that up. Sky City alone has seen a whopping 75 per cent increase in staff illnesses.. Adam Burns reports.
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