Working Remotely: Forced changes could mean silver linings for regions

17.06.20 08:49 AM By Caitlin

Pointer Remote Founder and Managing Directer, Jo Palmer features on ABC News talking all things remote work and regional Australia.

How Pointer Supports Regional Australia


Creating 'Remote Ready' Communities


By empowering communities to embrace remote work, they can provide the support to make remote work a sustainable part of the way communities operate. The social and economic benefits of engaging professionals and organisations in education, upskilling and support  impact rural communities and their residents is a positive way. Working remotely: forced changes could mean sliver linings for regions. 


With the support of local government, community groups and champions within a community, Pointer's Capacity Building Programs can assist in reducing the impact of skill shortages in the regions, maintaining rural populations and improving the outcomes for both professionals and businesses in regional, rural and remote Australia. 


Pointer offers Capacity Building Programs for communities, businesses and individuals as well as one off workshops for communities. For more information and to talk to our team, please complete the form below.


Pointer is currently developing a ‘Community Finder’ that will showcase ‘Remote Ready Communities’ in an interactive directory as a resource for individuals, families or businesses looking to relocate to the regions. Communities who have participated in Capacity Building Programs will be included on the Community Finder.
Register your interest here


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