Tim Gurner apologises for his proposal for more unemployment in order to improve worker attitudes

One of Australia’s wealthiest billionaires has apologised for suggesting that unemployment rise to remind arrogant workers of their place.

“We need to see pain in the economy,” Tim Gurner previously stated.However, Mr Gurner later stated that he “deeply” regretted his remarks, which provoked a global reaction.

He previously made news when he claimed that young people cannot buy homes because they spent too much money on avocado toast.His words have gone viral, with over 23 million views and harsh condemnation online.

During a property summit this week, the 41-year-old said the Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted employees’ attitudes and work ethics, using builders as an example.According to the gym-owner-turned-real-estate-mogul, the move is lowering productivity in the industry.






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