What happens in this scenario. Person has been working as a face-to-face field interviewer for a market research company on a casual part-time basis every weekend with the company providing a Windows based Tablet to conduct interviews, but due to COVID-19 this work is on hold indefinitely. The company asked everyone to send back this Windows based Tablet. Fast forward a couple of months and that person is now being paid JobKeeper every fortnight. Company now emails everyone saying you should be prepared to make yourself available to work in CATI interviewing from home by doing telephone interviews and to be successful in this role: Have the ability to work from home without interruptions for minimum 4 hour shifts. Have access to a Windows based computer. The problem is that person doesn't have a Windows based computer therefore can't do the work. Does the company have the legal obligation to provide the tools if they want the casual employee to work from home, or can they tell the person they need to find a Windows computer themselves? The company is wanting people to find their own access to a Windows computer. (Windows Laptops in the shops these days post-COVID19 seem to be very expensive ($1k+ minimum) and not many of choices available, probably bought by people to work from home or kids to study from home.) Can the company cancel the person's JobKeeper payments and employment if the person doesn't have a Windows computer? Does the person need to accept the new type of job the company is asking for, as it's different from what the person signed up from?