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Telework bill introduced to Parliament

28 September, 2020
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My aim with the Telework Bill that I’ve talked about is to help bring increased employment opportunities and cash to our communities.

I introduced this Bill in Parliament on 24 September, with a notice of motion set for 6 August. The Bill would require the State Government to assess more than 300,000 public sector positions for suitability for teleworking.

The Bill is weighted towards working in the regions. It bans a person based in a metropolitan area working in a job earmarked for a regional area, but permits working a Sydney job in a regional area.

Telework - working online from home - is a huge opportunity to decentralise government departments and create employment opportunities in regional NSW.

To read more on the government sector employment teleworking bill 2020, please click here.

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