Latest Media Releases
From Victorian State Government:
+ March 19: Extra Funding Boost For Health Systems COVID-19 Response
+ March 18: More Restrictions Put In Place In The Fight Against COVID-19
+ March 16: State Of Emergency Declared In Victoria Over COVID-19
Information For Employers
+ Employee Fact Sheet: A document that you can provide to your employees outlining support and options for them if you are required to reduce their hours. Find attached HERE
+ If you’re dealing with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic there are ways your bank can help See HERE
+ Australian Government Department of Health Infection Control Training HERE
+ Working from home: Microsoft Teams available for everyone See more information HERE
+ Inspire HQ Blog Post: Tips to help you manage the impacts of the coronavirus on your workplace HERE
+ NBN Waives Additional Wholesale Capacity See HERE
+ Fact sheet for Employers from Australian Government Department of Health HERE
+ Posters for your Workplace…
- Know the signs poster for your workplace – DOWNLOAD AND PRINT
- Simple steps to help stop the spread – DOWNLOAD AND PRINT
- Good hygiene is in your hands – DOWNLOAD AND PRINT
- Stop the spread poster for your workplace – DOWNLOAD AND PRINT
Information for Hospitality Industry
+ Updates to VCGLR temporary limited licenses more HERE
Information for Tourism Industry
VTIC waiving In the Loop and Essentials memberships until 31 December 2020 See HERE
In addition, VTIC have boosted the support available by providing access to the Workplace Relations Advice Line – voted our most valued service by members, plus training credit to support upskilling for you and your staff. Discover the available training options here.
Australian Taxation Office
Businesses impacted by COVID-19 can phone the ATO’s Emergency Support Infoline on 1800 806 218 for help tailored to your circumstances.
On 12 March 2020, the Government announced its economic response to novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Subject to passage of legislation, we will implement a series of administrative measures to further assist Australians experiencing financial difficulty as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
For more information on the Australian Taxation Offices response to COVID-19 CLICK HERE
For more information, see The Australian Government’s Economic Response to Coronavirus.