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Australian companies to get wage subsidies

Businesses will be given wage subsidies to help keep employees on during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coles opens three pop-up distribution centres to meet demand, and there’s more to come

Supermarket giant places 7000 staff in two weeks, with a further 5000 jobs on offer across supermarkets, liquor, online, supply chain and bakeries.

Which jobs are most at risk from the coronavirus shutdown?

“It’s reasonable to think the jobs of about 900,000 are already under threat.” – Jeff Borland, Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne.

Woolworths to hire 20,000 staff in the next month to meet demand in stores and scale up online

Roles available across supermarkets, e-commerce, supply chain and drinks, while the Group also announces rental relief for shopping centre tenants.

Six strategies to juggle work and young kids at home

To entertain and home school your children while working from home is going to take self-awareness, planning, communication and technology.

Working from home: what are your employer’s responsibilities, and what are yours?

You and your employer may need to consider new routines for communication to ensure working at home is about physical distancing and social solidarity, not social isolation.

“More hands on deck”: Woolies invites ex-Qantas staff to apply for jobs

Uneven impact of coronavirus on display, as Woolies offers to hire some of 20,000 workers Qantas laid off.

Amazon to hire 100,000 workers as online orders surge

Online retail giant blocks all shipments of non-essential products to its warehouses to prioritise high-demand products.

Paid sick leave for casuals in the spotlight

Employees are torn between endangering their colleagues and customers and calling in sick and losing their wages or jobs.

The jobs market is nowhere near as good as you’ve heard, and it’s changing us

The job market is weak due to low wage growth and reluctance to switch jobs.