AAL Melbourne and Sydney staff continue working from home

UPDATE from original news item posted on 17/3: In line with recent government regulation regarding the current COVID-19 outbreak, AAL staff from the Melbourne and Sydney offices are working from home, and have been since 16 March 2020.

It has proved to be a successful arrangement, and AAL would like to assure all our members that both AAL offices remain open online, with staff available via email, zoom, skype, or mobile phone. As both offices are not physically staffed due to current COVID-19 restrictions, AAL would like to remind all our members that calls made to office landlines will not be answered and voicemails will likely not be actioned in a timely manner. We encourage all communication to be made via online portals or mobile phone if appropriate.

AAL would like to thank everyone for their understanding and patience during this difficult period, and we hope to be back in our offices as soon as possible.

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