Job losses from Australia’s coronavirus shutdown will be ‘devastating’

Employers must decide whether to stand down or lay off workers as restaurants, bars and clubs shut their doors
Employers in the hospitality sector were scrambling to develop plans to either stand down hundreds of thousands of workers or lay them off, as restaurants, bars and clubs shut their doors at noon on Monday.
One of the largest employers, Crown Resorts, which employs an estimated 18,500 workers and contractors, made a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange on Monday afternoon.
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Employers must decide whether to stand down or lay off workers as restaurants, bars and clubs shut their doors

Employers in the hospitality sector were scrambling to develop plans to either stand down hundreds of thousands of workers or lay them off, as restaurants, bars and clubs shut their doors at noon on Monday.

One of the largest employers, Crown Resorts, which employs an estimated 18,500 workers and contractors, made a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange on Monday afternoon.

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