More than two million Australians were out of work in April, with 2.16 million - or 15.3 % of the total workforce - joining the unemployment queues in the month, according to a new report.
With Australians working remotely from home due to workplace restrictions during the COVID 19 pandemic, global software provider Citrix has launched a new online webinar series aimed at supporting leaders navigate the operational and workforce disruptions caused by the outbreak.
GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Adam Fuoss, vice president technical sales Silver Peak: As Australian businesses adapt to the changing dynamics of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the unprecedented shift toward remote working is creating a mass exodus of employees out of branch offices into their homes. Employees are quickly having to adapt to communicating and collaborating in new ways to maintain business productivity.
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