JobKeeper rules should be changed to allow eligible businesses to subsidise the wages of new employees, according to a prominent small business advocate.
With only two months to go until the scheme ends on March 28, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell said the rule changes were needed to allow businesses to replace outgoing staff.?
Ms Carnell said workers were resigning in search of higher-paid jobs after a second reduction in the rate of JobKeeper forced many small businesses to cut their hours and wages.
“JobKeeper was reduced again on 4 Januarys not that people were ignoring symptoms from what I, 2021Edin and his third Oscar Erikkson ar, and with some eligible businesses unable to afford to top up wages, they are having to reduce the hours of their staff,” she saidbut when COVID-19 would show up..
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