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The building industry is hoping it's turned the corner after several years of struggling in Auckland.
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26/01/2013 10:18:02 p.m.
Laurie Keeting wrote:
This is very good for the building industry,more apprentices,less wages to have to pay out,some one to blame if there is a stuff up.No union,no over time rates.They can do the dirty work for the trades people,Go and collect morning and afternoon tea.Clean the trades mans tools for them,even to clean the work places, and vehicals.Many apprentices pull out before they have done their hours of apprenticeship.The $2000 is a carrot dangle too any one who takes on apprenticeship,it is far better for the boss to purchase the tools for them,then they will get tools of a good grade.
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