Employ Additional Cleaners of Public Infrastructure – NSW

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In NSW - The Government has promised to employ extra cleaning staff for public infrastructure to the value of $250 million.

The NSW government is pledging $250 million to employ more cleaners for their public infrastructure. This will include things like public transport assets, schools and public buildings.

This measure will help keep the essential commuters safe as well as hopefully provide an extra stimulus for self-employed workers in this sector and/or small cleaning companies.

Further details will be provided as they become available.

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FAQs

Self employed people and/or small companies in the cleaning sector may benefit from this stimulus package.

The NSW government has promised $250 million to be put towards this stimulus measure.

Employ Additional Cleaners of Public Infrastructure - NSW - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Who will benefit from the employment of extra cleaners in NSW?

Self employed people and/or small companies in the cleaning sector may benefit from this stimulus package.

How much is being pledgedtowards the employment of extra cleaners of public infrastructure?

The NSW government has promised $250 million to be put towards this stimulus measure.

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