How to manage: Know when to exit the wage subsidy scheme

If your business is no longer eligible after a better-than-expected few months, you need to leave the scheme now rather than wait to see how next month goes

3rd January, 2021
How to manage: Know when to exit the wage subsidy scheme
Despite the tumult of the past year, many businesses are finding their feet again and investigating coming off the Employee Wage Subsidy Scheme

It might not be obvious to the general public, but many businesses across the country are finding their feet again after a tumultuous and uncertain year.

It will take the retail and hospitality sectors some time to navigate their way out of Covid-19, of course, but there are a few positive signs from companies in the service and other sectors that things are picking up.

This has led to many employers investigating coming off the...

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