Can you get JobKeeper while still working?

Can you get JobKeeper while still working?

If you are still working — such as reduced hours — then you will be eligible to receive the JobKeeper Payment. However, if you are not currently working due to incapacity and you are being supported through workers’ compensation arrangements then you will not be eligible for the JobKeeper Payment.

Which businesses are eligible for JobKeeper?

Eligible employers are businesses (including companies, partnerships, trusts and sole traders), not-for-profits and charities: With a turnover of less than $1bn that have lost 30% or more of their revenue compared to a comparable period a year ago.

Can I earn money on JobKeeper?

You can earn additional income without your JobKeeper payments being affected as long as you maintain your employment (including being stood down) with your JobKeeper-eligible employer.

How much is the current JobKeeper payment?

For JobKeeper fortnights ending before 28 September 2020, the JobKeeper amount is $1,500. You cannot pay your eligible employees less than the JobKeeper amount per fortnight and keep the difference.

Can I claim JobKeeper if I have 2 jobs?

You can have two jobs. However, you can only complete an Employee nomination notice for one employer. What happens if I change jobs during the JobKeeper payment period? If you change jobs after 1 March 2020, your new employer will not be eligible to claim JobKeeper payments for you.

What is current JobKeeper payment?

The current JobKeeper rate is $1500 per fortnight, no matter what your hours are or what your job is. If you used to work 20 hours or more, you will receive a flat rate of $1200 a fortnight instead of $1500. If you used to work 20 hours or less during February 2020, you will receive a flat rate of $750 per fortnight.

How many jobs are still supported by jobkeeper?

Around 370,000 businesses and 1 million employees are still being supported by JobKeeper payments, with estimates from Treasury this week suggesting that as many as 150,000 jobs could be lost when the payments stop flowing.

When did the jobkeeper payment scheme expire?

The JobKeeper Payment scheme finished on 28 March 2021. The JobKeeper Payment scheme was a subsidy for businesses significantly affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). The JobKeeper Payment supported businesses significantly affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Is the extended jobkeeper scheme available in Victoria?

But some things about the scheme will change at the end of next month, and new measures will be required to prove eligibility. The extended JobKeeper will be available nationwide, but because of the stage four lockdowns in Victoria, most of the eligible businesses and workers will be there. So what’s different about the JobKeeper extension?

Who is eligible to receive the jobkeeper payment?

For company directors and partnerships, only one person can be nominated to receive the JobKeeper payment. Employees on longer term leave are discussed in more detail below. Are there any examples of how this works in the Explanatory Material?