Our clients have faced unprecedented challenges since COVID-19 and have shown incredible agility and resilience to get to 2021.
2021 will create its own challenges and opportunities as Government support retreats. There has never been a more important time for small businesses to be focusing towards developing sustainable practices and improving their overall resilience in this post-COVID world.
Here are our tips to improve your approach to sustainability:
JobMaker, JobSeeker, JobKeeper what is the difference?
We’re not surprised if your confused about all these measures and what they mean for your business.
JobSeeker is the new name for the dole and other payments, administed by Centrelink. JobKeeper is a wage subsidy scheme given to employers, administed by the ATO.
Now the government has announced JobMaker, an incentive to employers to hire new staff between 16-35 years of age for the next 12 months that is administered by the ATO and claimed by employers quarterly (in arrears).
Sustainability is critical for the long-term survival, security, and competitive advantage of small businesses. Its the key driver for future growth and success
How much can my business get for the JobMaker Hiring Credit?
$100/wk for each additional eligible employee that is between 30-35 years old
How & when is the JobMaker Hiring Credit paid?
Which staff can I receive JobMaker Hiring Credits for?
Can I still get it if my business currently receives the JobKeeper?
What do I apply for the JobMaker Hiring Credit?
What else do i need to know?
- Must keep adequate records of paid hours worked
- Must increase headcount (cant replace existing staff)
- Must have an ABN, registered for PAYG withholding, must report via STP
- Cannot be in receipt of any other Government support for the employee
Contact us via the link below to book a time for a free initial consultation to discuss your eligibility and to take advantage of this incentive.