Whether you love it or loathe it, hot desking could be on the way out for many Melburnian offices. Here’s how coronavirus could change the future
The coronavirus crisis has highlighted the difficulty in choosing a future-proofed career, with pay cuts and job losses felt in some surprising areas of the workforce.
Some employers are having to stand down staff or reduce their hours, others are going above and beyond for staff, with salary advances, job security pledges
Dodgy employers trying to rip off workers eligible for JobKeeper have been warned by the Prime Minister that they won’t get away with it.
The coronavirus crisis has left scores of Aussies out of work. But a new venture has already helped 350 people find jobs within days.
Foxtel has made 200 staff redundant and put 140 additional staff, mostly in its Fox Sports division, on leave until June.
More than 140 jobs are currently available across Cairns and the Far North offering hope for those who have been let go in recent weeks.
Hundreds of thousands of Aussies have been stood down but one retailer is rewarding rather than sacking their staff on the frontline of the panic-buying fiasco.