COVID-19 Workplace Ready

A framework for comparing different HR automation systems.

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COVID-19 Workplace Ready Kit

Staff Consultation Tool                                                                                                                      Staff Consultation ToolUse this tool to guide and record your consultation with your staff.

Client Email Notification

Client Email Notification – Customise this email wording to your business and send out to your clients before they come on to your premises.

Posters

Hand Washing

Keeping Your Distance

Simple Steps to Stop the Spread

Business Safety Poster

Workplace Reminder Poster

Working From Home

Guide: How to Set Up a Workstation at Home: This checklist provides guidance for workers and PersonsConducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBUs to be referred to as ‘employers’). Please note, the following considerations should be seen as minimum requirements only. Employers may have more detailed working from home guidance in their organisations that should be used in conjunction with this checklist.

Working From Home Checklist: This checklist provides guidance for workers and Persons Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBUs to be referred to as ‘employers’). Please note, the considerations in this checklist should be seen as minimum requirements only. Employers may have more detailed working from home guidance in their organisations that should be used in conjunction with this checklist.

Industry Specific Guidance

Industry Specific Information: Access Safe Work Australia’s information hub on COVID-19 work, health and safety for more detailed information relating specifically to your industry

COVID-19 Safe Workplace Principles

10 COVID-19 Safe Workplace Principles

OUR RECENT VIDEOS

Take Charge of the Change – Understanding theCOVID-19 Safe Workplace Principles

Take Charge of the Change –  How to start consulting with your staff immediately

Need advice?

Need someone to manage this consultation phase for you across your
staffing base?

Don’t hesitate to get in touch.

This was written with the intention of helping you find more clarity, confidence and peace of mind as you navigate your own journey as an employer. I would love to hear your thoughts on this, and if you think someone else would enjoy it please feel free to share it around.

If you want to hear more about the various HR solutions HR Tactics provides to the SME market, please do reach out for a chat.

Written by: Jackie Strachan, CEO & HR Strategist – HR Tactics

0406 146 116

jackie@hrtactics.com.au

www.hrtactics.com.au

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