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Disaster resilience projects receive $5.2 million injection
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and ACT Minister for Police and Emergency Services Mick Gentleman today announced more than $5 million in joint funding to help communities in the ACT enhance their resilience to the impacts of natural hazards.
Minister Keenan said the funding is being provided as part of the $5.2 million National Partnership Agreement on Natural Disaster Resilience, under which the Australian Government will contribute $2.6 million to the ACT Natural Disaster Resilience Program.
“This funding partnership reflects the shared responsibility of communities and governments to improve resilience to, and preparedness for, natural disasters,” Minister Keenan said.
“Under the partnership, the Commonwealth will work with the ACT to support local projects aimed at improving resilience and capacity to respond to natural hazards.”…
Is Workplace Stress Ruining Your Employees’ Careers?
Across the UK, workplace stress levels are worryingly high. With more work being thrown our way and technology making it easier to log on anywhere, at any time, it’s no wonder that employees are feeling the brunt of it.
In fact, according to our research, over half (53.2%) of workers stated that stress is an issue in their current workplace and for many businesses, this can result in low morale, poor productivity and worse of all, staff leaving altogether.
Furthermore, our data tells us that from an employee’s perspective, a staggering 89% of workers think that being susceptible to stress at work can have…
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