JobKeeper 2 Fair Work Act Provisions from the Fair Work Ombudsman - Business 360 Pty Ltd
Extension of JobKeeper provisions in the Fair Work Act. As well as the extension of the JobKeeper scheme, the JobKeeper provisions in the Fair Work Act have been extended with some changes.
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JobKeeper 2 Fair Work Act Provisions from the Fair Work Ombudsman

JobKeeper 2 Fair Work Act Provisions from the Fair Work Ombudsman

Extension of JobKeeper provisions in the Fair Work Act

As well as the extension of the JobKeeper scheme, the JobKeeper provisions in the Fair Work Act have been extended with some changes. This includes the extension of some provisions to employers who no longer receive JobKeeper payments under the extended scheme. These employers are known as ‘legacy employers’. Legacy employers need to meet certain criteria, including at least a 10% decline in turnover for a certain period.

Read our updated information for legacy employers and their employees at:

Employers and employees in the JobKeeper scheme can learn about the extended JobKeeper provisions and how they may affect their workplace at JobKeeper scheme – overview.

We’ve also added new resources to our Tools and resources during coronavirus page to help employers understand and manage their JobKeeper rights and obligations. These include new and updated template letters for employers needing to issue JobKeeper directions and updated videos busting common JobKeeper myths.

Coronavirus and Australian workplace laws

If your workplace has been impacted by coronavirus, we have information about your workplace rights and obligations. This includes:

  • the extended JobKeeper scheme
  • returning to work and the workplace
  • alternative working arrangements
  • workplace health and safety
  • pay and leave entitlements.

Go to Coronavirus and Australian workplace laws.