Tell me about it. I am in that exact situation.There's not that many people who would choose not to work from home, if they have the option.
Unfortunately there's a lot of managers out there who still during these times prefer people coming in to the office when it's not entirely nessecary.
Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order (No 2) 2020directs employers to allow employees to work from home if this is reasonably practicable. The order removes the previous stay at home requirement. People can participate in gatherings in a public place of not more than 10 people. The order also requires certain premises to be closed to the public and places limits on the number of people in certain premises.
The order commenced 15 May 2020.
You don't tend to get very far in most workplaces by being that one person that continually mentions government regulations & laws, and brings up a vanity threat to go to Fair Work Australia every time they don't get what they want.The latest version of the health regulations say that employers are required to let staff work from home where it is possible. This was a new one as far as I know.
Transport Minister Andrew Constance said the major milestone will result in the creation of hundreds of jobs for the NSW economy to deliver essential upgrades to rail infrastructure including stabling yards, signalling, track, station platforms and power supply at key locations between Central, the T8 Airport Line tunnel and the South Coast.
The infrastructure upgrades, which form part of the NSW Government’s $4.3 billion More Trains, More Services program, will be delivered as two separate packages of work, each worth around $300 million.
The Next Rail partnership comprising of John Holland & Jacobs will deliver all projects from Central to Hurstville, while the Transport for Tomorrow partnership comprising of Laing O’Rourke & KBR will deliver all projects between Mortdale and Kiama.
Construction for the rail upgrades will begin in the middle of this year and be completed in advance of the service improvements, which are planned for late 2022.
Further improvements will be delivered for customers in 2024, including on the T4, T8 and South Coast Lines, as part of the More Trains, More Services Program to effectively integrate Sydney Metro City and Southwest.
KEY SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS FOR CUSTOMERS
T4 Illawarra Line
T8 Airport Line
- A 20 per cent increase in peak services on the T4 Illawarra Line. This includes an extra three services an hour in the peak for key hubs like Hurstville and Sutherland
- Additional capacity to carry 3,600 more customers in the peak
South Coast Line
- More services for the T8 Airport Line, including a 60 per cent increase at the International, Domestic, Mascot and Green Square stations during the morning peak, meaning trains on average every three to four minutes instead of every six minutes today
- Additional capacity to carry 2,400 more customers in the peak
- During peak times, all New Intercity Fleet trains will operate as 10 car trains instead of eight, proving a new level of comfort, convenience and reliability for customers
- An extra off peak service each hour between Wollongong and the Sydney CBD, meaning a train every 30 minutes on average
What's the latest time frame set for T3 to no longer run Sydenham-Erskineville?Construction for the rail upgrades will begin in the middle of this year and be completed in advance of the service improvements, which are planned for late 2022.
That's because the renders they've got, fulfill all the necessary requirements:For a 400+ pg doc it's short on renders
Interesting - but I don't know if that's politically realistic. A high rise in that area will ruffle a few NIMBY feathers.The temporary use of the site will not preclude plans to develop the site and provide improved access to Platforms 11 and 12.