Riverina businesses say they need more staff if they are going to cope with post-pandemic demand

Conor Burke
By Conor Burke
February 22 2022 - 6:00pm
Staffing struggles: Paige Thelan, Rachel Anderson, Bree Scott, Bella Passlow and Georgia Foley are keen to have more staff join them at the Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory. Picture: Madeline Begley

As international borders reopen and NSW finds its way through the Omicron wave and back to normal, many Riverina businesses say that a workforce shortage is stymying their recovery efforts.


Conor Burke

Conor Burke


Conor comes to Wagga from Sydney, where he worked for education and health publications. Originally from London, Conor is interested in your quirky story. Mobile: 0400 311 335 EMAIL: conor.burke@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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