EZFKA’s hospitality sector have breathed a collective sigh of relief, as international students have been given the green light to return, cancelling plans to actually invest in training citizens.
The struggling hospitality sector, which spent the last 18 months bending over for government mandates, is delighted that cheap imported labour is back to save the day and the EZFKA spirit of exploitation is in vogue again.
“We’ve been struggling actually having to pay decent wages the last few months after telling staff that didn’t want to be guinea pigs to fuck off,” Sydney Café owner Tom Sorenson said.
“We can get back to the business of paying Indian and Nepalese students $10 an hour off the books. The real problem of sky-high rents is in the too hard basket. Mate I’ve got two investment properties to pay off, so I’m just glad wage theft has returned. This is EZFKA after all, someone else but me will wear the cost.”
The first flight of imports is expected next week.