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The Federal Government announced on July 21, 2020 that it would be extending JobKeeper until March 28, 2021, but with reduced payments split into two tiers. The JobKeeper six month extension will only be for eligible businesses that continue to be ‘significantly impacted by the Coronavirus’ and the two tiers of reduced payments will range between $1,200 and $650. These current JobKeeper arrangements remain in place until 27 September 2020.Read More
In the post-pandemic work environment, many businesses have resumed operations in some capacity and are potentially at risk of breaching either JobKeeper or Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) laws. So, why is this occurring?Read More
With so many recent to wages, media coverage of wage underpayments and implementation of JobKeeper and as a business owner, you are bound to be a little weary, confused and potentially exposed through unintended errors. On 13 July 2020, the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) announced their priorities for the 2020-2021 financial year. These priorities are in addition to providing workplace support through the pandemic.Read More
How will you better support and engage your employees with their re-adjustment to the workplace post-pandemic, to achieve goals and success?
Returning to work for all employees post the pandemic has been a very mixed bag of emotions and expectations. Many employees’ morale will range from positive anticipation of returning to the workplace to negative trepidation and apprehension. More than ever, it is vital you support your people as they re-adjust to the new reality of our workplaces. With many employees now returned to work in some capacity and the commencement of the new financial year, it is timely to establish an action plan of goals to better support and engage your employees with their re-adjustment to the workplace post-pandemic.Read More
It’s still early days but already there are clear signs that employees are not happy with how their employers are using the JobKeeper provisions of the Fair Work Act and are not afraid to take their disputes the Fair Work Commission (FWC). The FWC is currently hearing and handing down decisions on disputes regarding JobKeepers at a rapid rate. So the question is… are you at risk of a JobKeeper dispute?Read More
Whilst so much has impacted business during these unforeseen times and as you transition your employee’s return to work plan; it is now timely to rethink and build the workforce you need post-Covid19 to ensure your business can operate effectively and thrive in this new future. There are five critical actions you should implement to ensure your workplace recovery transition is successful.Read More
With so many changes to wages, the high-profile media coverage of wage underpayments and costly implications if you get it wrong; you are bound to be a little weary and confused. On Friday 19 June 2020, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) delivered its annual wage review decision, increasing the minimum wage by 1.75% to $753.80 per week or $19.84 per hour from 1 July 2020.Read More
Returning to the workplace post-pandemic… how to best ‘paint the picture’ and engage your employees to support their re-adjustment to the workplace post-pandemic?
‘Painting the picture’ is a key component in this post-pandemic world to ensure you engage with and get commitment from your employees. One of the most powerful questions in leadership is the purpose, the ‘why’. People need to understand why they are doing something… and then to know what they are doing matters.Read More
Returning to the workplace post-pandemic … how to best communicate with your employees to support their re-adjustment to the workplace post-pandemic?
Communication is a key component in this post-pandemic world to ensure you engage with and get commitment from your employees.Read More
Returning to the workplace post-pandemic… how to support and engage your employees with their re-adjustment to the workplace post-pandemic?
Returning to work for all employees post the pandemic is a very mixed bag of emotions and expectations. Some will be returning from working at home (WFH) to workplaces where everyone worked WFH or only some WFH; others will have been on JobKeeper with no work to do. Expectations will range from positive anticipation of returning to the workplace to sheer trepidation and apprehension.Read More