COVID-19 HR Resource Hub

COVID-19 has changed the way we work, the way we view employee wellbeing, and the way we structure our organisations. Below is a comprehensive list of COVID-19 related resources, specifically designed for HR practitioners to help their organisation and employees respond safely and practically to COVID-19 and beyond.

Update: Mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace considerations

A recent AHRI survey discovered 57.5% of HR professionals agree that the lack of government guidelines on COVID-19 vaccination in Australian organisations is causing them confusion.To help HR and organisations respond to the upcoming COVID-19 vaccination rollout across Australia, we've developed a members-only discussion paper with a list of things to consider when creating a policy around the vaccination. This includes legal, organisational and wellbeing considerations. 
View a preview of the discussion paper.

Not an AHRI member? Become one today to access the full discussion paper and many more resources.

Working through COVID-19: AHRI Webinar Series

A series of webinars to inform you on how to respond to COVID-19. 
Complimentary for AHRI members, $50 for non-members. All times AEDT.

Missed a webinar? AHRI members can view past recordings and access the slide decks (where available).

Access past webinar recordings

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COVID-19 Resources

To help you easily find resources, we've divided them into handy themes including Employment Law, Flexible Working, Returning to the workplace and Health and wellbeing.

Employment Law

Resources surrounding the changing workplace legislation following COVID-19, and compliance information around initiatives like JobKeeper. View resources: 

Returning to the Workplace

Resources to help you manage a safe return to the physical workplace for your employees, as well as the possible changes to workforces post-COVID-19. View resources: 


Q&A and Community Interview

Recordings of a Community Q&A held at the onset of the COVID-19 lockdown, as well as an interview with AHRI CEO Sarah McCann-Bartlett and head of People and Culture Rosemary Guyatt.