Early this month we sent out a short survey to hundreds (actually possibly thousands) of our Clients and Candidates – a few questions on how the global Pandemic has affected individuals or businesses within the Architecture and Design community – all with the aim of gaining a comprehensive insight into your experiences and sharing the results in what we hope will be an informative and of course interesting read..
Stephanie Gleeson gives us an update on how the Architecture & Interior Design industry is fairing in light of Victoria’s second COVID-19 wave and Stage 4 Lockdown.
As more and more people venture back into work, we are all, no doubt aware of the general guidance about how to ensure a COVID-19 safe work place as advised and promoted by the government and Safe work Australia.
In case you missed it there is a new Architects Award now titles Architects Award 2020 which came into effect 4th of May 2020.
In this video we hear from Bruce Whetters, who gives us an Market update on whats been going in across architecture and interior design in Melbourne since COVID-19 hit our shores.
In this video we hear from Jamie Keay, who gives us an Market update on whats been going in across architecture and interior design in Sydney since COVID-19 hit our shores.
It would be fair to say that 2020 is definitely not panning out the way any of us would have imagined – from fires to floods and now a global Pandemic, these are challenging and, as we know, unprecedented times…
There’s no doubt that these are challenging times, not only from a health management point of view but also from an economic perspective…
We are currently collaborating with various clients who are anticipating bringing in new staff or independent contractors for the first time in this WFH (work from home) scenario.
The federal government has introduced the ‘Jobkeeper’ initiative, designed to assist employers retain staff where possible and offer financial support to workers.