NSW Essential Workers Right to Access Work Letter Template.

Worried the police might stop your employees as they attempt to carry out their essential work during the COVID lockdowns? Supply them with this letter.

This template, approved by Employment Law experts, is fully customisable to your businesses situation if you find yourself ready to reverse that redundancy decision.

Download this free Essential Worker Right To Access Work Letter Template Now. 

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STOP: You can find the Victorian Worker’s Right to Travel template here

To download the template, we just need a few quick details.

Right to Travel Permit What is the need.

Do essential workers require a letter to travel for work during lockdown?

The New South Wales Government issued new rules to help stop the spread of COVID-19, through a stay at home requirement effective Tuesday, March 31. The requirements exempt those whose work cannot be done remotely and gives permission for them to travel to and from work.  A letter was needed to permit a travel pass for essential workers. The link above provides detailed information employers can utilise to ensure they are adhering to these rules. 


How do I stay up to date with Government rules?

COVID-19 is an ever-changing situation and it’s important to stay informed about the new rules, especially regarding your business and employees. The NSW government website is a helpful resource for employers as well as the NSW Health website. Stay safe.

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