The NSW Government has extended Sydney’s lockdown by four weeks until August 28 following persistently high COVID-19 case numbers
Embattled retailers and builders operating across greater Sydney have been dealt a further blow with the latest round of COVID-19 restrictions.
The NSW Government has announced a multi-billion dollar economic support package aimed at helping the state’s businesses survive Sydney’s current COVID-19 lockdown.
With the latest COVID-19 outbreak putting many Australian states into lockdown, it’s important to support employees showing signs of a mental health condition.
A recent survey has found many Australian employees are worried about their job stability due to the current lockdowns across the country.
NSW authorities have extended the lockdown for at least another week as they try to contain a Delta variant outbreak after detecting 27 new cases in New South Wales, up from 18 a day before.
Should decisions about the location of your workforce be based on what is best for the business or on employee preference? Or are the two inextricably linked?
Sydney businesses are reeling after Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced stay-at-home orders that will be in place until midnight Friday, 9 July.
Organisations must make small adjustments to their working environment to prepare for the acute and long-term impacts of COVID-19.
By taking business continuity planning steps when reopening your office, you can future-proof your organisation and help keep it afloat through these uncertain times.