Q&A: JobKeeper 2.0 – 
Latest Updates

14 September 2020

With JobKeeper's revised eligibility testing and tiered payments - it can be challenging to stay up-to-date.
Our expert panel provides clarity, answer questions, and discuss changes resulting from the government's latest announcements. 

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My Business facilitates an insightful Q&A session with our colleagues at Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors exploring what the the latest JobKeeper updates and announcement mean for your business and employees.

Iain Rennie

Managing Director - Corporate & Commercial | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Iain is a corporate and commercial lawyer with over 30 years experience. He has been involved in a range of transactions and advised participants in a variety of industries, assisting local and international entities in their dealings with regulators, and with counterparties in commercial dealings.

Emily Slaytor

Senior Associate | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Emily specialises in employment law for businesses and individuals and has acted for employers in a range of industries, including retail, education, real estate, manufacturing, insurance, social welfare organisations, the not-for-profit sector, and many types of medium enterprise businesses.

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