Jobs Australia is collating as much information as possible to help our Members navigate the workplace relations and industrial relations issues that may be arising due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Novel Coronavirus, Isolation Periods and Workplace Relations - 29 February 2020
Assistance for organisations affected by the COVID-19 outbreak
This page provides information about financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations and community groups affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. It is updated daily or as we become aware of changes. For the very latest information in these rapidly changing times, please check with the assistance provider. Click Here.
Australian Banking Association - COVID-19 Customer FAQs - 25 March 2020
New Jobs Hub highlighting job opportunities for Australians - 2 April 2020
The Government has today launched a new Jobs Hub which highlights which businesses and organisations have multiple jobs on offer. In this rapidly changing jobs market the Morrison Government is supporting businesses and those Australians looking for work. Media Release.
Jobs Hub - 2 April 2020
Update from Jobs Australia partner Employment Hero - 2 April 2020
An Open Letter to the National Cabinet - 6 April 2020
Australian Banking Association: New Code provides welcome clarity for retail landlords, tenants and banks - 7 April 2020
Banks bolster efforts to help businesses bridge the gap to Jobkeeper - 23 April 2020
Today the Treasurer met with the CEOs of ANZ, NAB, Westpac and the Commonwealth Bank who agreed to bolster their efforts to prioritise any business needing funding to bridge the gap until the first Jobkeeper payments are made in May. Click here.
COVID-19 Government Support for Charities and Not-For-Profits - 22 April 2020
Over the past few weeks, Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments have been announcing measures designed to relieve the burden and maintain cash flow for organisations as they respond to challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here.
Coronavirus and Mental Health: Ways to Reduce Stress - Friday 27 April
Prioritising good mental health is always important. But, when faced with an unprecedented situation like Coronavirus COVID-19 and the sudden changes to our everyday routine, it’s essential. While it’s natural to have feelings of stress and anxiety at this unpredictable time, there are ways you can help to reduce their impact. Click here.
Urban Indigenous face unique COVID-19 challenges - 27 April 2020
Why Australia’s official unemployment rate is misleading - 29 April 2020
Working From Home During COVID-19: 5 Tips to Reset Your Routine - 2 June 2020
For many of us, working from home is another challenge we must deal with as a result of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. If you’re new to the full-time couch commute, you might be finding it difficult to shift into a new routine.
Now might be the perfect time to reflect and set up healthy habits. Follow some simple tips when you’re working from home, to help you
get the most out of your day. Click here for more.
A snapshot in time: Report - 1 July 2020
A snapshot in time: The Australian labour market and COVID-19 is the first report released by the newly formed National Skills Commission. The focus is on Australia’s labour market, workforce changes and current and emerging skills needs. Read the report for full details.
National Disability Strategy – Stage 2 Consultations - Update - 15 July 2020
Earlier this year a decision was made to defer the Stage 2 consultations on the new National Disability Strategy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This decision was made on advice from the National Disability Strategy Reform Steering Group, which includes a number of key disability and carer sector stakeholders. Click here.
People with disability, workers and supporters eligible under Phase 1a of the roll-out include:
· A person with disability living in residential accommodation (in settings with two or more people with disability only).
· A paid worker providing support to people living in residential accommodation with two more people with disability.
Unsure if you are eligible to book for a COVID-19 vaccination? 5 March 2021
Unsure if you are eligible to book for a COVID-19 vaccination?
You can now check this for either yourself or another person, by visiting the below link.