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End of JobKeeper Phase 1: what this could mean for your business

End of JobKeeper Phase 1: what this could mean for your business

ASGA’s recent member bulletin discusses what the end of JobKeeper Phase 1 (which ended on 27 September 2020) could mean for your sign business.

Compiled by ASGA’s Business Advisor, the report highlights:

• The importance of notifiying staff if your company does not qualify for JobKeeper Phase 2.

• Clauses in awards and enterprise agreements that require employers to consult about major workplace change and change in hours. (Note: Members can gain access to the most recent ASGA Employment Information Guide via a link on signs.org.au.)

• Nortifying staff of changes appropriate to terms of employment status (for example: part-time, full-time, casual), and also whether they have remained at home or already transitioned back to pre-COVID hours and what is required from them, going forward.

• Being aware of the different scenarios that apply for employees who will no longer be eligible for the JobKeeper payment.

For the full report, become a member of the ASGA today. Memberships is free until 31 December 2020 and the ASGA membership application can be downloaded from https://signs.org.au/Members/Member-Benefits

Note: Details in regard to key changes, payments and what to declare and submit in regard to  the JobKeeper extension (28 September 2020 to 28 March 2021), can be found at:

www.ato.gov.au/Newsroom/smallbusiness/General/Extension-of-the-JobKeeper-Payment/?sbnews20200930

 

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