Boosting Apprenticeships Commencements

Only 100,000 places available – Existing workers may be eligible

 

The Federal Government’s $1.2 billion Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements (BAC) wage subsidy will support businesses to take on new apprentices and trainees and build a pipeline of skilled workers to support sustained economic recovery.

 

Any business that engages an Australian Apprentice on or after 5 October 2020 may be eligible for a subsidy of up to 50 per cent of the gross wage paid to an apprentice between 5 October 2020 and 30 September 2021, to a maximum of $7,000 per quarter.

 

This BAC wage subsidy  will be available to employers who engage a new apprentice or trainee regardless of geographic location, occupation, industry or size of the business.

 

Sarina Russo Job Access will support you to find the right Apprentice at NO COST to support your business.

 

More information can be found here

 

Call Sarina Russo on 13 15 59 to secure your Apprentice today.

JobMaker Hiring Credits

Expected 450,000 places available – Youth Aged 16-35 years

 

The Federal Government JobMaker Hiring Credit has been designed for businesses to employ additional young job seekers during the COVID-19 recovery. This will improve their economic, health and social outcomes.

 

Eligible employers will be able to claim up to $10,400 annualised for each additional eligible employee they hire aged 16 to 29 years old; and up to $5,200 annualised for each additional eligible employee aged 30 to 35 years old.

 

The JobMaker Hiring Credit will be available to employers for each new job they create over the next 12 months from 7 October 2020.

 

Sarina Russo Job Access will support you to find the right job seeker at NO COST to support your business.

 

More information can be found here

 

Call Sarina Russo on 13 15 59 to secure your JobSeeker today.

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Boosting Apprenticeships Commencements

Only 100,000 places available – Existing workers may be eligible

 

The Federal Government’s $1.2 billion Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements (BAC) wage subsidy will support businesses to take on new apprentices and trainees and build a pipeline of skilled workers to support sustained economic recovery.

 

Any business that engages an Australian Apprentice on or after 5 October 2020 may be eligible for a subsidy of up to 50 per cent of the gross wage paid to an apprentice between 5 October 2020 and 30 September 2021, to a maximum of $7,000 per quarter.

 

This BAC wage subsidy  will be available to employers who engage a new apprentice or trainee regardless of geographic location, occupation, industry or size of the business.

 

Sarina Russo Job Access will support you to find the right Apprentice at NO COST to support your business.

 

More information can be found here

 

Call Sarina Russo on 13 15 59 to secure your Apprentice today.

JobMaker Hiring Credits

Expected 450,000 places available – Youth Aged 16-35 years

 

The Federal Government JobMaker Hiring Credit has been designed for businesses to employ additional young job seekers during the COVID-19 recovery. This will improve their economic, health and social outcomes.

 

Eligible employers will be able to claim up to $10,400 annualised for each additional eligible employee they hire aged 16 to 29 years old; and up to $5,200 annualised for each additional eligible employee aged 30 to 35 years old.

 

The JobMaker Hiring Credit will be available to employers for each new job they create over the next 12 months from 7 October 2020.

 

Sarina Russo Job Access will support you to find the right job seeker at NO COST to support your business.

 

More information can be found here

 

Call Sarina Russo on 13 15 59 to secure your JobSeeker today.

Register Today
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