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Re: job keeper, resigned, planned to return as casual

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Q1. This refers to Long Day Care(LDC) I have a staff member who was permanent part time who resigned, and their last day of work was 30 January 2020. They had been at the centre for about 15 years. They went away until the end of February and were going to be retained as a casual. Due to declining attandences the staff member was never engaged in a casual capacity this year. Are they entitled to the job keepers payment. 

 

Q2. Two older staff members, one casual and one permanent part time have stated they are not willing to come to work while the Co-vid issue is around. We plan to apply for job keepers for both of them and pay them. However if we decide we would like to use their services and they then refuse are they entitled to job keepers. 

 

 

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In relation to the first question, if they were not employed by you on 1 March (sounds like they weren't) then they are not eligible for JobKeeper.

What hours the employees do needs to be worked out with you as the employer. Fair Work Australia has info on their website about this.
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Devotee

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In relation to the first question, if they were not employed by you on 1 March (sounds like they weren't) then they are not eligible for JobKeeper.

What hours the employees do needs to be worked out with you as the employer. Fair Work Australia has info on their website about this.