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The Government has extended the JobKeeper Payment scheme from 28 September 2020 until 28 March 2021.

Changes from 14 August 2020 mean:

  • more employees can qualify – see the ATO’s information on eligible employees here
  • a payment extension to 31 August – see the ATO’s information on JobKeeper key dates here
  • new information is available on long-term casual employees. See ATO’s information here


What does this mean for my business?

More employees can qualify

A number of new eligible employees will now be entitled to receive the JobKeeper Payment, including:

  • Full time or part time employees who commenced employment after 1 March and were employed with you on 1 July;
  • Casual employees who did not originally meet the set criteria for ‘long-term casual employee’ (12 months employment) as of 1 March, but have since met this criteria by 1 July;
  • Employees who have since turned 16-18 years of age by 1 July and meet independence or study criteria;
  • Employees who have obtained Australian residency and the required visa by 1 July 2020.


See the ATO website here for further information.

Need help?

There are many parts to the JobKeeper scheme and several have recently been updated.The Australian Taxation Office has developed resources to help employers and employees understand JobKeeper. For the most current details about the scheme visit the JobKeeper information section on the ATO website.


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