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Photo: Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas Airways and Nicholas Wyman, CEO, WPC Group Ltd
On Monday 11 February 2013, Nicholas Wyman, CEO GreenSkills, will be joining fellow CEOs and Business Leaders for the CEO CookOff, hosted by Qantas and OzHarvest. OzHarvest is a not for profit organisation that rescues excess food and delivers it to people in need. Saving excess food from landfill impacts positively on the environment.
At the CookOff, Nicholas will be teaming up with 34 celebrity chefs from Australia's top kitchens, directed by Rockpool and Qantas ambassador Neil Perry, to feed 1000 people in need.
In the lead-up there will be a focus on raising significant funds for Ozharvest, the Big Issue and ONE80TC.
If you can help support this worthy cause follow this link to Nicks profile page: http://www.ceocookoff.com.au/profile/nicholas-wyman
Nicholas Wyman looks at why a shortage of middle-skilled workers (such as electricians, chefs, carpenters, auto mechanics and welders) is resulting in diminished growth prospects for our economy. Why is this so and how can we fix it?
Australia has enjoyed a relatively robust economy and low unemployment rate for several years. Our success, however, has created a problem of a shortage of middle-skilled workers.
Nicholas discusses how we can close the Gap and what we can do to help reduce youth unemployment.
Nicholas explains how the current government programs are faring.
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