Articles tagged under ‘Covid-19’
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Accommodating long-haul Covid-19 at work
Practical advice for accommodating non-infectious workers with persistent Covid symptoms during RTW. Plus information about Covid-19 transmission and indoor ventilation.
Australian workers hit hard by Covid worries
Almost as many Covid-related mental health claims as infection claims were lodged in Australia in the months to July 31, according to workers' compensation data released by Safe Work Australia - but the US outstrips us by far.
The Covid long haul
They call themselves the long-haulers – people who struggle with persistent symptoms months after “recovering” from Covid-19. How common is post-covid syndrome? What are the symptoms? How might it affect RTW?
Rethinking presenteeism and prevention, post-COVID-19
Swap soldiering on for staying at home. Forgo social contact we used to take for granted. Two ways the status quo has gotta go in the post-COVID working world - and some potential unintended consequences.
Webinar recording: Implications for the Health Benefits of Good Work in the era of COVID-19
Good work has health benefits even during times of crisis. Tips for supporting remote workers, protecting essential services workers, and looking after injured workers whilst coping with COVID.
COVID-19 effects on injury compensation claim numbers
COVID-19 is having a massive range of impacts on our work and health, and these will flow on to the nation’s compensation schemes
Legal disputes, workers' compensation and COVID
A Brave New World: a workers compensation perspective on resolving legal disputes via technology in a COVID-19 world.
Working through COVID-19
Practical and authoritative material to help you navigate these unprecedented times.
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Good news on remote work (but not pandemic health)
Shifting to remote work during lockdown doesn’t necessarily derail health. However, workers may be suffering ill-effects across the board and those who were already remote pre-pandemic may do worst.