Are you planning on making use of the Job Keeper payment but already made your staff redundant?
This template, written and approved by Employment Law experts, is fully customisable to your businesses situation if you find yourself ready to reverse that redundancy decision.
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What is a Redundancy Withdrawal?
If your business has decided to take advantage of the JobKeeper payment, but have already made some of your staff redundant, you have the ability to withdraw that redundancy offer
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Job Keeper vs Redundancy
The Australian government announced a $130 billion JobKeeper payment package to support affected businesses and their employees through the COVID-19 pandemic. The economic impact of the pandemic has been felt widely across Australia with hundreds of thousands of individuals being made redundant, stood down or experiencing reduced work.
It’s expected that around 6 million Australians will be eligible for this payment. Eligible employers will receive a $1,500 payment per fortnight, per eligible employee for the next 6 months to assist with the economic impact caused by COVID-19. This package has been announced to lessen the financial pressures on businesses and their employees, and ultimately allow them to easily start over when we’re on the other side of this crisis.
The idea is that you can can keep your employees on the books and ’employed’ whilst your business is forced to close or experiencing a downturn. To learn more about the Job Keeper payment, head here.
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