Omicron – Business equipment for the flexible workforce

Western Australia’s isolation ends on March 3rd, so our borders are now open. The border opening will allow for safe travel into WA from interstate and overseas with vaccination and testing requirements on arrival. With daily case numbers around Australia at more than 100,000, there is anxiety that we will experience similar numbers and the same business pressures as those in the eastern states. How can we best manage these pressures in WA. How to navigate the transition to remote work during the onset of Omicron Remote working will undoubtedly increase the practice of social distancing during the start of Omicron in WA. This type of business transformation works on multiple levels; it accommodates the requirements of employees, and it provides businesses with a resilient workforce that adapts new ways to engage and helps the larger community by addressing public health needs. Strengthening a culture of inclusion The transition to remote…

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