Back to the office? These are your rights as an employee – The New Daily (Sezen Bakan | February 2022)

A woman with a face mask looking through the window of her house with uncertainty, waiting for the quarantine to end by covid-19

As Australia muddles through another wave of the pandemic, employees are reluctant to head back to the office full-time after years of working from home.

Despite your disability, if you’re still working in an office and feel pressured to return to work, despite the swirling mutated COVID-19, what are your rights?  This The News Daily item has got you covered.

Some states are still encouraging people to work from home where possible.

But the promise of no more lockdowns means employers are keen to get workers back into the office – and they could face some resistance.

A study by Boston Consulting Group found that up to 60 per cent of Australian workers want to work remotely for two or three days a week when COVID-19 restrictions allow them to.

So it could be a good time for workers to brush up on their rights.

Despite your disability, if you're still working in an office and feel pressured to return to work, despite the swirling mutated COVID-19, what are your rights?  This The News Daily item has got you covered.

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