Jobmaker Hiring Credits - Eligibility & Management

In the 2020-21 Federal Budget, the Government announced the introduction of a new JobMaker Hiring Credit to stimulate job creation.

The first deadline for electing to participate in the JobMaker scheme for the first JobMaker period is currently 6 January 2021.

This webinar helps you understand your eligibility for JobMaker credits so you can take appropriate steps to avoid missing out on payments from the ATO.

WHAT WE COVER

  • Timing issues and key dates
  • The conditions that need to be satisfied for an employer to qualify
  • How to determine whether an employee can be taken into account
  • Applying the headcount increase and payroll increase tests in practice
  • The interaction between JobMaker, JobKeeper and other employment initiatives
  • Documentation requirements and reporting obligations

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