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.
Is my business eligible?
Your business may be eligible for a wage subsidy if you:
What kind of jobs can I offer?
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.
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.
Incentives for Employing a Job Seeker
Incentives for Employing a Person with Disability
* 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 an Apprentice or Trainee
There are government incentives to help you hire an eligible apprentice. To find out more visit the Australian Apprenticeships website.
JobMaker Plan: Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements
Employers of apprentices and trainees could be eligible for up to 50 per cent of wage support, to a maximum $7000 per quarter, under a new Federal Government incentive.
The $1.2 billion Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements (BAC) wage scheme is available to all employers who hire or re-engage an apprentice or trainee between October 5 and September 30, 2021, regardless of geographic location, occupation, industry or size of the business.
CVGT can help employers understand these changes to ensure you maximise your workforce planning.
Get started with CVGT Australia
Phone 13 CVGT (13 28 48) to speak to one of our consultants, or send us a message.