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If an employee was made redundant and terminated after the 1 of March and is NOT on Stand Down, the original Jobkeeper rule was that the employer is not obliged to re-hire them, but can choose to. Has the latest update from Treasury on 27-4-20 changed this under the One in All In rule? see link

https://ministers.treasury.gov.au/ministers/josh-frydenberg-2018/media-releases/jobkeeper-update

 

 

 

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Hi @murrayrex 

Thanks for contacting our Community, we do know there is alot of information available and it can get a little confusing.

If an employer has terminated an employee after 1 March 2020, the employer is under no obligation to re-enage the employee and claim JobKeeper payments. If the employer chose to re-engage the employee and they meet the eligibilty guidelines and want to be nominated, the employer is required to nominate them as per the one in all in rule.

I hope this helps you, SueO

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Hi @murrayrex 

Thanks for contacting our Community, we do know there is alot of information available and it can get a little confusing.

If an employer has terminated an employee after 1 March 2020, the employer is under no obligation to re-enage the employee and claim JobKeeper payments. If the employer chose to re-engage the employee and they meet the eligibilty guidelines and want to be nominated, the employer is required to nominate them as per the one in all in rule.

I hope this helps you, SueO