Have you considered employing a job seeker through CVGT Australia?

You may be eligible to receive a wage subsidy or Australian Government incentive. A wage subsidy is a financial incentive paid  to an eligible employer to assist with the cost of wages, training, mentoring and employment of an eligible job seeker.

The wage subsidy is tailored to the job seeker and your business.

What is a wage subsidy?

A wage subsidy is a financial incentive to encourage businesses to hire and train eligible job seekers. For a business to receive a wage subsidy, the job seeker must qualify under a relevant program.

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Is my business eligible?

Your business is eligible for a wage subsidy if you:

  • have an ABN
  • haven’t already received a wage subsidy for the same job seeker
  • are not an Australian, state or territory government agency
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What type of jobs can I offer?

  • Ongoing full-time jobs
  • Ongoing part-time jobs
  • Jobs that comply with Australian employment standards
  • Apprenticeships or Traineeships
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What type of jobs can't I offer?

  • Short-term or seasonal work that will not lead to ongoing employment
  • For a family member
  • Sub-contracting or self-employment
  • A job that displaces a current employee
  • Commission based
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Who can I hire?

To receive a wage subsidy the job seeker you employ must be registered with CVGT Australia. Other eligibility requirements are based on a job seeker’s circumstances.

To find out more download the Wage Subsidy Fact Sheet.

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How do I apply?

Incentives for Employing a Job Seeker

Are you eligible for an Australian Government incentive? CVGT Australia makes accessing incentives easy.

As your employment partner, you can be assured you will have access to all Australian Government incentives that you may be eligible to receive.

Current employer incentives include:

1. Restart

Up to $10,000 for employing eligible job seekers aged 50 or older.*

2. Youth Bonus

Up to $10,000 for employing eligible job seekers aged between 15 and 24 years.*

3. Youth

Up to $6,500 to businesses who employ eligible job seekers aged between 25 and 29 years.*

4. Indigenous

Up to $10,000 for employing eligible Indigenous job seekers.*

5. Long Term Unemployed

Up to $6,500 for employing job seekers registered with CVGT Australia for 12 months or more.*

6. Parents

Up to $6,500 for employing job seekers who are principal carer parents.*

Contact us to see how incentives and wage subsidies can help you.

* Conditions apply. Benefits and services are subject to change at any time without notice. Please check with CVGT Australia for full and current details.

Incentives for Employing a Person with Disability

Are you eligible for a wage subsidy or incentive? CVGT Australia makes it easy.

As your employment partner, you can be assured you will have access to all Australian Government incentives and wage subsidies that you may be eligible to receive.

Current employer incentives include:

1. Restart

Up to $10,000 for employing eligible job seekers aged 50 or older*

2. DSS Wage Subsidy

Up to $1,650 for employing an eligible job seeker*

3. Long Term Unemployed

Up to $6,000 for employing job seekers registered with CVGT for 12 months or more*

4. Wage Support

As negotiated between CVGT and the employer*

* Conditions apply. Benefits and services are subject to change at any time without notice. Please check with CVGT Australia for full and current details.

To find out more download the Wage Subsidy Fact Sheet.

Incentives for Employing an Apprentice for Trainee

There are government incentives to help you hire an eligible apprentice.

To find out more visit the Australian Apprenticeships website.

Contact us to see how wage subsidies can work for your business.

Employer Incentives

You may be eligible to receive a wage subsidy or Australian Government incentive.

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