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Settlement Guide: Your rights and obligations when working from home

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Many Australians, along with workers from 88% of organisations around the globe, have had to adjust to the sudden change of working from home. Experts say it is in both the employer and employee’s vested interest to maintain a safe work environment.

Tim Downie, senior personal injury lawyer with Adelaide law firm Johnston Withers, says employers have a duty of care to ensure their staff have a safe work environment that meets occupational health and safety standards.

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