With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to lift and many businesses reopening, the New Financial Year is the perfect time to show your business a little love.
In a few short weeks COVID-19 dramatically changed the face of Australian business. Official information, guidelines and advice is constantly changing and if like many business owners you are struggling with information overload, the below ‘checklist’ may assist you to navigate these uncertain times.
Video conferencing technology can be used during the COVID-19 pandemic period in the witnessing of important legal documents in NSW like wills, powers of attorney and statutory declarations.
This afternoon Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a Code of Conduct to apply to commercial leasing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The PM noted that it is still intended that tenants and landlords will negotiate in good faith to agree temporary arrangements appropriate to their individual circumstances.
Many businesses are financially struggling as a result of the new rules which have been imposed to manage the spread of Covid-19 and as a result many tenants are seeking to re-negotiate the terms of their lease. Here we discuss some key considerations for tenants to consider when trying to negotiate more favourable lease conditions.
As we all come to terms with the growing challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, many businesses are concerned about their obligations regarding employee absences in different scenarios. To assist employers navigate this challenging time we’ve prepared a ‘cheat sheet’ to help them understand their options.