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How to prepare for after lock-down of remote work

No matter what you call it: remote work, work from home, flexible work arrangements… they are all the future way of working, for most industries. What was once a benefit of progressive workplaces, is now a necessity due to the COVID pandemic. In fact, in the latest survey from The Australian Government Institute of Family Studies, …

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Australian Government will increase incentive payments for businesses and apprentices in skills shortage occupations.

POSTED ON 03/04/19 IN Following the recent Federal Budget announcement by the Treasurer, the Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP, the Government will commit over $525 million to ensure Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector delivers critical skills for our future. From 1 July 2019, the Government will increase incentive payments for businesses and apprentices in …

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International students will no longer face a cap on working hours for hospitality and tourism jobs

International students will have a cap imposed on their working hours lifted if they are employed in hospitality and tourism, marking a significant change for many who rely on these jobs. There are around 300,000 students in Australia who face the 40-hour fortnightly limit on their working hours while they are studying, according to government …

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NSW coronavirus milestone as no locally acquired cases confirmed in past week

NSW has reached a major coronavirus milestone, with no new locally-transmitted infections recorded in a week for the first time since the pandemic began. A total of 15 new coronavirus infections have been recorded since last Tuesday, but all have been found in people who have returned from overseas and are in hotel quarantine. Two …

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Universities Australia chief executive Catriona Jackson answers your questions

From reopening campuses for face-to-face learning to managing the return of international students, amid an expected $3 billion to $4.6 billion decline in revenue, Australia’s universities have some big challenges ahead as they emerge from the COVID-19 lockdown. Universities Australia has predicted about 21,000 jobs could be lost in the sector and has already put …

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