"On March 13, the day the Prime Minister said gatherings of more than 500 people would be cancelled and Australians were urged not to travel overseas because of coronavirus fears, the bosses at Compass Education decided all staff should work from home.
It was early days in the pandemic but founder and chief executive John de la Motte says it was impressive how quickly they moved once a decision had been made to clear out the offices in the eastern Melbourne suburb of Balwyn."
Read more on the Australian Financial Review website.
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We are excited to announce the next section of Compass for a new design, the Class page!Read Story