COVID-19: What Endorsed Employers are doing to support their employees

COVID-19: What Endorsed Employers are doing to support their employees

WORK180Mar 20, 2020

We have collected the latest news articles to highlight what WORK180 Endorsed Employers are doing to support their employees (and other companies) through this unprecedented time.

Infosys Staying safe, connected and productive during COVID-19 See how here.pdf

Cisco Commits $225 million to global COVID-19 response Read Article

Cisco is working to do its part by providing solutions, technology, tips and resources to help communities during this challenging time. Read Article

NAB provides employees with Paid Pandemic Leave read more on their about page here

Woolworths Group and Uber : Woolworths partners with Uber to boost home delivery capacity - Read Article

Programmed: Programmed announces support for casual employees requiring isolation- Read Article

BHP: BHP establishes $50 million (AUD) Vital Resources Fund to help support regional communities- Read Article

Microsoft: Microsoft To Pay Workers Full Wages Regardless Of Hours Worked During COVID-19 Outbreak - Read Article

Woolworths Group: Woolworths pledges to support its casual workers who are disadvantaged by coronavirus - Read Article

Atlassian: We’re making our remote-friendly software products available for free - Read Article

Telstra: Telstra workers, including casuals, can get up to 14 days of paid leave if they're in coronavirus self-isolation - Read Article

Optus allowed all employees in non-site-bound roles to work remotely, created hundreds of casual roles in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, established a talent sharing program with Virgin Australia to support its impacted employees, and offered up to 14 days paid special leave to those impacted by illness or caring for a household member impacted by illness, in addition to supporting its customers in a variety of ways – Read more.

Google: Has set up fund to offer paid sick leave to contractors and temp workers who can't work due to COVID-19 symptoms or quarantines - Read Article

NBN: NBN 'increase data capacity' to handle surge caused by coronavirus - Read Article

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