Almost a third of employing businesses unable to find suitable staff
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A business lobbyist and advocate for cutting penalty rates has been appointed Australia's first small business and family enterprise ombudsman.
Small Business Minister Kelly O'Dwyer has chosen Kate Carnell, who until recently led the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry [ACCI] and who is also a former ACT chief minister, to fill the newly created position for a five year period.
Read the full story at The Sydney Morning Herald.