No More 457 Visas for Fast Food Chains in Australia

Australian teenagers willing to work at fast food outlets shouldn’t lose out to foreign workers on 457 Visas when youth unemployment is rising.

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Fast-food chains barred from using foreign workers on 457 visas

Peter Dutton announces end to labour agreement as part of crackdown on visa regulations, saying ‘Australian workers … must be given priority’

The Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Peter Dutton has ended the Fast Food Industry Labour Agreement which allowed foreign workers on sponsored visas to work at fast food chains, such as KFC and McDonalds.

Peter Dutton is reported as saying that Australian teenagers willing to work at fast food outlets shouldn’t lose out to foreign workers when youth unemployment is rising.



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