Leeton's GetSet organisation can help trainees, apprentices, businesses with broad spectrum of services

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Updated November 18 2022 - 11:11am, first published November 16 2022 - 2:00pm
GetSet employment consultant Paul Burley (left) and chief executive officer Frank Valenzisi. Picture by Talia Pattison
GetSet employment consultant Paul Burley (left) and chief executive officer Frank Valenzisi. Picture by Talia Pattison

AN ONGOING labour shortage continues to highlight the need for more apprentices and trainees to enter the job market in the Leeton area, according to employment services company GetSet.

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Talia Pattison

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