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Businesses and employment

Help for businesses and workers, including COVID-19 Safety Plans to protect staff and customers, financial relief and personalised support.

HELP US STAY COVID SAFE

$3000 grants for small business

Apply for a recovery grant of up to $3000 and get back to business. 

COVID-19 Business Recovery Roadshow

Small business owners are invited to hear about NSW Government's support for COVID-19 recovery and growth.

Personalised support for your business

A Service NSW Business Concierge can give you personalised, ongoing support. Call  13 77 88 Mon - Fri, 7:00am - 7:00pm (Sydney time).

Help to get everyone back to work

Complete a COVID Safe Check for your business

Create and follow a COVID-19 Safety Plan for your business, then register to show customers that you’re committed to keeping them safe.

Safe workplaces: Resources for employers and workers

Resources for businesses, employers and workers to make their workplaces safe.

Grants and loans

Government grants, including $3000 for struggling small businesses, are available.

Posters and signage for business

Download information, signage and posters for keeping your workplace COVID-19 safe.

Mentally healthy workplaces

Staff and business benefit when people keep mentally healthy at work through a more engaged and productive workforce.

Employee and jobseeker resources

Employment opportunities and what to do if your work situation is changing.

Related apps

Service NSW App

Service NSW

Stay up-to-date with the latest NSW Government COVID-19 information. Access digital licences, renew your rego and check fines and demerits.

Speak Up Save Lives app logo

Speak Up Save Lives

Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. 

If you see something unsafe in your workplace, SafeWork NSW wants you to speak up and tell your boss. This app lets you report an unsafe work situation and it gives you the choice to remain anonymous. You can tag your location, include photos, and choose to be kept updated on the issue you’ve reported.

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