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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199208

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If they have a contract to play football and be paid they are as they pay tax on their footy earnings or do claremont pay their players cash ?

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199209

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Again, I will say I don’t think Colts players get paid at any club and if they did it would be playing wages, whether they are a uni student, an apprentice tradie, or a burger flipper it would be irrelevant the players occupation has nothing to do with their club wages.

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199210

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Can’t get job keeper for blokes that kept their job, claremont would have used it on all their students


Incorrect, I kept my job and my employer had my wages and approximately thirty other full time staff covered by job keeper.

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199212

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Were you working or not ?
That was my point, you don’t get it if you kept working
It was for those stood down or to make up reduced wages.
For claremont not wanting to play to then making massive profit indicates they used the govt handouts to their favour, good luck to them

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199213

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Were you working or not ?
That was my point, you don’t get it if you kept working
It was for those stood down or to make up reduced wages.
For claremont not wanting to play to then making massive profit indicates they used the govt handouts to their favour, good luck to them


A company’s eligibility to claim JobKeeper for their staff wasn’t based on whether the staff kept working or not...eligibility was based on how much revenue was reduced (30%+ reduction)

My business claimed for all of our FT, PT and the majority casual staff who met the criteria (some claimed through other employers, whilst a few failed to meet the criteria) and we are still receiving payments for all of them. Nearly all of our sub-contractors also claimed JobKeeper through their own businesses.

Everyone kept working

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199215

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Which comes under the reduced wages part I mentioned

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199216

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Which comes under the reduced wages part I mentioned


No one had their wages reduced, in-fact some of the PT and casual staff had their incomes increase due to the JobKeeper scheme.

Eligibility was based on decreased company income, not employee income

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199219

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100% right tiger tales. Our business where I work was the same. No body had hours reduced or lost their job. It was business as usual, Except we claimed job keeper simply because the sales figures were down by a certain %. We only got it for 3 months as the sales shot up again and we weren't really affected. To be honest the boss was actually making sure we held sales over for the last month, and didn't invoice customers (it was based on three month blocks) to make sure we could claim it, as if you went over a particular figure, you not only didn't get it for that month, but you had to pay back the whole 3 month block!

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199220

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Free money is good money then, so where does this free money go out of interest if the company doesn’t give it to the workers ?
Well done to claremont is all I have said for exploiting loopholes like plenty of businesses have done

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AGM tomorrow - Jobkeeper will an interesting side light 10 months 5 days ago #199221

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Well EP made a profit of 241k for the year. A good effort!

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