Editor’s note: Over the weekend we had our first glimpse of the complexity of negotiating a gradual return to business as normal. It’s not easy or straightforward. Businesses are working out how to manage work environments where vigilance and relaxation can co-exist. Do you need help working through the options? Our member network can provide advice and assistance from employer and workplace advice to insurance, risk management and safe travel. Watch the BCCM COVID-19 interviews to find out more. Take care and have a safe week  –Melina.



Self-employed Australians have suffered a higher loss of income during the coronavirus crisis than employees and some fear their businesses will collapse

Coronavirus sparked an economic recession that takes more jobs from women than men
It’s a stark contrast to the global financial crisis, in which men largely shouldered the losses in the financial and construction sectors.

Coronavirus restrictions have been eased and WA is back in business



BCCM will attend the weekly NSW Treasury Stimulus Taskforce meeting on Thursday. Provide any feedback to Anthony Taylor by COB Tuesday.



The risk levels of everyday activities like dining out, going to the gym, and getting a haircut, according to an infectious disease expert

Sneeze guards, isolation rooms: One company’s return to work
Commercial real estate agency Cushman & Wakefield has redesigned its offices

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