JobMaker could pay bosses to cut wages and jobs, warns Treasury | The Business

The Business reveals exclusive treasury documents that show it had concerns about the government’s JobMaker program.
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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s big ticket item to boost employment out of COVID was the $200 a week payment for employers for new roles created for the jobless and under 30.

But it gave rise to an obvious criticism, that it incentivises bosses to replace older workers with younger, cheaper ones. Dan Ziffer reports.

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