Articles tagged under ‘Covid-19’
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Worksafe’s hotel quarantine breach penalties are a warning for other employers to keep workers safe from COVID
Professor Alex Collie of Monash University says the case highlights that all employers have obligations to provide safe working environments for their staff and other people in the workplace.
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.