Tourism operators welcome workforce plan, but keen for action
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Tourism operators say a new plan to address the industry's workforce woes is spot on, but they want the rubber to hit the road, not just rhetoric. Historically the tourism and hospitality industries have copped a bad reputation for offering low wages, long hours and uncertainty. Today, Tourism Minister Stuart Nash unveiled a vision of how to change that perception, improve conditions and strengthen the workforce through regenerative tourism. Tourism reporter Tess Brunton has more.
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