THE final business breakfast of the year attracted a solid crowd that was willing to make the morning an interactive one.
Around 20 business owners or employees attended Leeton Shire Council's final breakfast of the year, which was hosted by Sureway Employment and Training.
Ensuring attendees were up to the task of tuning in at the early hour was the Yanco Lions Club, which cooked up a hearty breakfast of bacon and egg rolls to get everyone going.
Sureway employment broker Janne Skewes gave an overview of the company said there were often many misconceptions about job service providers.
"Many of our clients are directed to us from Centrelink ... we have other job seekers coming in and asking what is around as well," she said.
"We are there to help the employer find the most suitable person for the position they have available, as well as giving those looking for a job the break they need.
"Our job is to get the person who is looking for a job ready for the workplace."
Many of the participants at the morning took the opportunity to ask questions about Sureway's process and how it could assist their business.
Leeton Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Maryann Vitelli said it had been a productive morning.
"I feel it was a good morning for all of the employers here," she said.
"It was good to see people asking questions and getting involved in it.
"I found it very interesting ... it would be something many can have a think about for their own business."