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Amazon

Employees

Amazon Australia, is offering a special ‘vaccination benefit’ payment of $140 for eligible fulfilment and delivery station workers who get fully vaccinated on the advice of a health practitioner.

The business is also offering paid or unpaid leave for workers to attend vaccination appointments, and performs onsite testing each day at its Moorebank, Regents Park and Frenchs Forest locations. Read more.

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Coles

Coles Group employs over 120,000 team members across Australia. Coles has strongly encouraged all of its team members to be vaccinated and provided resources and prompts to team members as they have become eligible.

Coles has supported its team members to access vaccinations by providing access to personal leave and additional shift flexibility if required to attend vaccination appointments. Coles has arranged access to priority vaccination hubs for its store team members and on-site vaccinations at 14 sites throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Coles continues to work with both state and federal governments to provide team members with ease of access to vaccinations.

Since the start of the pandemic Coles has safely served over 1 billion customers, having modified its operational procedures and implemented a number of controls such as perspex screens, sanitiser stations and frequent high touch point cleaning to minimise the impact of COVID on its team members and customers. Coles has supported its team members, who have remained at work throughout the pandemic, by providing additional payments where team members are required to isolate and continuing to support the mental health and wellbeing of our team through our ‘mind your health’ and employee assistance programs.

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Commonwealth Bank (CBA)

Employees

Commonwealth Bank of Australia is accelerating its COVID-19 vaccination program through the availability of the Pfizer vaccine to thousands of its people, their family and other household members in the Greater Sydney metropolitan area. The Pfizer vaccine will be made available to staff and their dependents as young as 12 years of age from Wednesday 15 September as part of an expanded corporate vaccination project organised by Australia’s largest bank. This expanded vaccination program follows last month’s opening of the country’s first COVID-19 corporate vaccination hub by CBA – at Parramatta - which offered the Astra-Zeneca vaccine to all employees and their families in the Sydney LGAs of concern.

In addition to the vaccination hubs and the rapid antigen testing in branches, the bank has had a number of COVID-safe measures in place since the start of the pandemic to keep employees and customers safe. This includes floor markers for physical distancing, masks, Perspex screens, hand-sanitising stations, capacity limits, and QR code check-in, while enhancing our digital offering to make more banking services accessible online. Read more.

Small business

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is expanding the support available to small businesses across Australia significantly impacted by recent pandemic-related restrictions.

Eligible small business customers with a better business loan of up to $3m will be offered a repayment holiday of up to three months, to provide cash flow relief if their business has been significantly impacted. Read more.

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Deloitte

Deloitte, in partnership with EY, KPMG and PwC launched a national newspaper campaign to explain vax returns, the economic benefits of widespread vaccination against COVID-19.

Deloitte's Adam Powick, EY’s David Larocca, KPMG’s Andrew Yates and PwC’s Tom Seymour, say while they are fiercely competitive, they all agree that the sooner the 80% vaccination rate is reached, the sooner Australia can get back to business.

The Vax Return initiative highlights the important role businesses play in helping reach vaccination targets, with the firms’ chief economists estimating a $30 billion benefit to the Australian economy in the first three months from business opening up once again. Read more.

Adam Powick, CEO Deloitte Australia: "Vaccination is essential if Australia is to emerge as quickly as possible from disruptive cycles of lockdowns and to commence the urgent task of re-opening our country. As a firm and a profession, we are strongly encouraging and supporting our people to get vaccinated and the response to this call has been overwhelmingly positive. We have now come together as a Big 4 group of firms to convey our collective support for the national vaccination program as this is a critically important foundation for the economic and social health of our nation."

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EY

EY, in partnership with Deloitte, KPMG and PwC launched a national newspaper campaign to explain vax returns, the economic benefits of widespread vaccination against COVID-19.

Deloitte's Adam Powick, EY’s David Larocca, KPMG’s Andrew Yates and PwC’s Tom Seymour, say while they are fiercely competitive, they all agree that the sooner the 80% vaccination rate is reached, the sooner Australia can get back to business.

The Vax Return initiative highlights the important role businesses play in helping reach vaccination targets, with the firms’ chief economists estimating a $30 billion benefit to the Australian economy in the first three months from business opening up once again. Read more.

David Larocca, EY Oceania CEO: “As much as we all wanted to believe 2021 would be different, COVID continues to present many challenges. The lengthy lockdowns in many parts of our Region, separation from loved ones and impact on lives and livelihoods has been hard. There is light at the end of the tunnel though as we move towards 70 and 80 per cent vaccination rates. Resuming the activities and reconnecting with the people we miss is predicated on achieving these levels of vaccination across the community. I’m fully vaccinated as are my wife Maria and our kids. I strongly encourage those who can, to get vaccinated too so we can all get back to enjoying the freedoms we’ve missed.”

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Fujitsu Australia

Employees

Fujitsu Australia Limited provides employees and contractors in Australia up to half a day of additional paid leave to receive each COVID-19 vaccination and/or support an immediate family member with vaccination. As two doses of the vaccine are required, fully vaccinated employees and contractors can receive up to one day of paid leave in total upon completion of the two COVID-19 vaccinations. Any vaccination is to be undertaken on the advice of a health practitioner. This program is extensive as it not only incorporates Fujitsu’s employees but also extends through the cooperation of its external agencies to those contractors engaged by Fujitsu.

Graeme Beardsell, Chief Executive Officer, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, said, “By offering employees and contractors flexibility in their schedule and, in the case of employees, not requiring them to use their annual or sick leave to receive vaccinations, Fujitsu is demonstrating our commitment to their health and wellbeing. COVID-19 is not only causing physical symptoms; the mental and economic stress created by the pandemic also can’t be overlooked. Organisations that are committed to their employees’ physical and mental wellbeing should play their part in helping address the challenge of COVID-19, by making it as easy as possible for staff who are eligible and want to get vaccinated to do so.” Read more.

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Gilbert + Tobin

Community

Gilbert + Tobin is supporting UNICEF's VaccinAid and #givetheworldashot initiative, donating $50 on behalf of every vaccinated team member.

Each $50 donation will result in the vaccination of 10 vulnerable people around the world. Read more.

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KPMG

KPMG, in partnership with Deloitte, EY and PwC launched a national newspaper campaign to explain vax returns, the economic benefits of widespread vaccination against COVID-19.

Deloitte's Adam Powick, EY’s David Larocca, KPMG’s Andrew Yates and PwC’s Tom Seymour, say while they are fiercely competitive, they all agree that the sooner the 80% vaccination rate is reached, the sooner Australia can get back to business.

The Vax Return initiative highlights the important role businesses play in helping reach vaccination targets, with the firms’ chief economists estimating a $30 billion benefit to the Australian economy in the first three months from business opening up once again. Read more.

Andrew Yates, CEO KPMG Australia: “It’s great to see light at the end of the lockdown tunnel. I firmly believe it’s overwhelmingly in the best interests of our society that people get vaccinated as soon as possible, and allow our economies to re-open.”

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MYOB

Community

MYOB is supporting UNICEF's VaccinAid and #givetheworldashot initiative, donating $50 on behalf of every vaccinated team member.

Each $50 donation will result in the vaccination of 10 vulnerable people around the world. Read more.

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National Australia Bank (NAB)

Community

National Australia Bank announced a partnership with UNICEF so that every time a NAB employee got a vaccination NAB would pay it forward by fully vaccinating a person in need in our closest neighbouring countries including Fiji and Papua New Guinea. Read more.

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PwC

PwC, in partnership with Deloitte, EY and KPMG launched a national newspaper campaign to explain vax returns, the economic benefits of widespread vaccination against COVID-19.

Deloitte's Adam Powick, EY’s David Larocca, KPMG’s Andrew Yates and PwC’s Tom Seymour, say while they are fiercely competitive, they all agree that the sooner the 80% vaccination rate is reached, the sooner Australia can get back to business.

The Vax Return initiative highlights the important role businesses play in helping reach vaccination targets, with the firms’ chief economists estimating a $30 billion benefit to the Australian economy in the first three months from business opening up once again. Read more.

Tom Seymour, PwC Australia CEO: "We've come together to back the national vaccination campaign. Our people are getting vaccinated, they want to get back to our offices and client sites, and get back to normality. Safe reopening will bring significant economic gains for our country- a $30 billion benefit in the first three months. Let's get this done together."

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Qantas

Customers

Qantas Frequent Flyer members who have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 will be rewarded with either 1,000 Qantas point, $20 off a Qantas or Jetstar flight, or 15 status credits. When claiming the reward members will be automatically entered into a draw to win one of eight major prize packages. One lucky winner from each state or territory will take home a year's worth of Qantas flights, Accor hotel stays and fuel from bp. Competition and offer end 31 December 2021. Read more.

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Rio Tinto

Employees and Community

Rio Tinto is partnering with the Western Australian Government to launch a COVID-19 vaccination blitz targeting communities in the Pilbara and the fly-in fly-out workforce. The clinic, set up in partnership with Rio Tinto, WA’s Department of Health, WA Country Health Service and the Shire of Ashburton, will operate from 9am to 6pm at the Tom Price Community Centre from today through to 21 September. It will return in the coming weeks to enable the community to receive their second dose of the vaccine. Rio Tinto is working with the WA Government to establish similar clinics in Pannawonica and Dampier, and stands ready to provide logistical support as required to assist with the vaccination rollout in remote Aboriginal communities. Read more.

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Scentre Group

Community

Early in August 2021, Scentre Group opened its first vaccination hub at Westfield Chermside in Brisbane in partnership with provider Aspen Medical, focusing on residents and workers in the disability and aged care sectors. The partnership has extended to open another site at Westfield Tuggerah on the Central Coast of NSW.

Scentre Group opened its first drive-through vaccination hub in the carpark at Westfield Kotara in partnership with local retailer My Health Medical Centre. My Health Medical Centre are running two clinics Monday to Friday using 12 car spaces, with six cars at a time to allow sufficient space between cars.

In August 2021, Scentre Group partnered with Burwood Council and Histopath Diagnostic Specialists to set up a drive-through COVID testing clinic in part of our Westfield Burwood carpark. The clinic operates from 6am - 8pm daily with testing occurring as an ‘in vehicle’ only arrangement to provide a safe approach for the person and health worker. Customer parking and access to the centre remains open. Read more.

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Telstra

Employees

Telstra employees who get fully vaccinated will receive 200 appreciate points (equivalent of $200) that can be redeemed through their employee rewards program. In the first week alone more than 5,500 people took up this offer. Read more.

Customers

From late September Telstra customers can be rewarded in two ways. A Telstra Plus care package regardless of vaccination status included a Telstra TV Box Office movie, discounts on a food delivery services, and access to discounts on their Telstra Plus Rewards Story. Telstra Plus members who confirm they are fully vaccinated before 31 January 2022 will get 2,500 Telstra Plus points and go into a major prize draw for a chance to be one of 20 winners to receive 5 million points and credit towards Telstra services for a year (capped at $3,500). Read more.

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Transurban

Customers

Linkt customers will have multiple changes to win prizes as part of Transurban’s efforts to support the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out. Prizes on offer for vaccinated Linkt customers will include two fully electric Hyundai Kona cars, a year's worth of free toll road travel, or a $100 toll credit. Prizes will be drawn in two stages, giving you multiple chances to win. The first stage is now open for entries, with winners to be announced in November 2021. There will be a second prize draw next year, allowing plenty of time for Linkt customers to get fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and put themselves in the running. Read more.

This initiative builds on the extensive customer support that we have rolled out during the pandemic, including providing over $10 million worth of toll credits to over 40,000 Australians.

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Wesfarmers

Employees

Wesfarmers Group extended support measures to team members impacted by COVID-19, including paid pandemic leave and commitments to pay all permanent and many casual team members during prolonged lockdowns, including when there was no meaningful work for them. To support community vaccination efforts, the Group also committed to provide paid vaccination leave for permanent team members. Read more.

Community

Bunnings helped governments establish vaccination hubs by providing access to former store locations like their former Melton store which was used to launch Australia's first drive-thru vaccination hub in Victoria. Read more.

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Westpac

Employees and their families

Westpac is offering voluntary rapid antigen testing and vaccinations for staff in workplaces in Sydney's COVID hotspots. Chief Executive Peter King said: “We have more than 10,000 employees living in Sydney’s most impacted LGAs, with many continuing to support customers in branches with essential banking needs. Rapid testing gives our people the chance to get tested quickly and simply on our premises."

Delivered in partnership with the federal government’s Operation COVID Shield Taskforce, and offering AstraZeneca vaccine administered by workplace health provider Vitality Works, the hubs are open to the bank’s employees and members of their households. Read more.

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Woolworths Group

Employees

Woolworths Group employs more than 160,000 Australians, including more than 140,000 team members in frontline roles.

Woolworths Group is providing up to eight hours of paid COVID vaccination leave (taken as two instances of four hours) for full-time and part-time team members if they must receive their vaccination during a rostered shift and cannot secure a vaccination appointment outside of their working hours. Read more.

To reaffirm their commitment to health and safety during COVID-19, Woolworths Group has appointed Dr Rob McCartney to the newly created position of Chief Medical Officer. The appointment has been created to provide Woolworths Group with expert medical advice to help shape policies that will ensure the ongoing safety of teams and customers as the nation continues to live with COVID-19. Read more.

Woolworths Group partnered with Sonder, to provide team members with 24/7 confidential on-demand support at the touch of a button. It’s a one-stop shop for personal safety, health and wellbeing, providing our teams with support, whenever and wherever they need it. Read more.

Woolworths Group has set up vaccination hubs at closed Big W department stores for their employees and their families who live among Sydney's worst affected suburbs to access vaccines. Read more.

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