Sue Joseph pictured inside the old Rustic Cabin a year ago. Renovations are now complete and the newly-named Daisy's Place will open next week.
Sue Joseph pictured inside the old Rustic Cabin a year ago. Renovations are now complete and the newly-named Daisy's Place will open next week. Che Chapman

Eatery’s fate rests with job seekers

AFTER a public outpouring of support, Daisy's Place will pin its hopes on job seekers to keep the popular Glenview restaurant running.

While many often lament the lack of jobs on the Coast on Facebook forums, Daisy's Place was left short after the departure of four staff at the same time.

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Owner Sue Joseph said the loss of the core team could force her to close the doors.

Ms Joseph has decided to give job seekers one last shot, with four permanent positions up for grabs as well as casual work, in a bid to have the restaurant remain in operation.

"We have been asked to stay open by sooooooooo many gorgeous souls - we looked hard at whether to stay open or not and have decided that if we are able to replace our team that are leaving to experience the world, we would do it. We are interviewing again today (Wednesday) 3 to 5 pm and tomorrow (Thursday) 3pm to 5pm and we will see if it is possible," Ms Joseph posted on Daisy's Place Facebook page.

Willing workers should call Daisy's Place on 5494 5192 and ask for Kerstin, or simply turn up with a resume.


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