Published 30 March 2020 | Updated 14 March 2022
There have been a number of temporary changes to workplace laws due to the impact of coronavirus on workplaces. Some temporary changes stopped applying in 2020 while others may continue to apply into 2022.
Learn what temporary changes apply now and access historical information on award changes and the JobKeeper scheme that no longer apply.
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Below are temporary award changes that apply now:
Access historical information in our Library on temporary award changes that no longer apply:
- Clerks Award flexibility during coronavirus
- Educational Services (Schools) General Staff Award flexibility during coronavirus
- Fast Food Award flexibility during coronavirus
- Hospitality Award flexibility during coronavirus
- Paid pandemic leave in some awards
- Real Estate Award flexibility during coronavirus
- Restaurant Award flexibility during coronavirus
- Vehicle Award changes during coronavirus.
The JobKeeper scheme finished from 29 March 2021. Information about the rules that applied during the JobKeeper scheme will continue to be available. This means you can continue accessing this information for historical and other purposes.
Access this information in our Library below:
- Former JobKeeper scheme
- Extension of JobKeeper provisions in the Fair Work Act
- Legacy employers
- Information for eligible financial service providers
- JobKeeper enabling directions and agreements for legacy employers
- Pay, leave and ending employment for legacy employers
- JobKeeper scheme – overview
- JobKeeper enabling stand down directions
- Changing duties or work location under the JobKeeper scheme
- Changing days or times of work under the JobKeeper scheme
- Pay and the JobKeeper scheme
- Leave and the JobKeeper scheme
- Ending employment and the JobKeeper scheme