Jobs Support Scheme, Covıd-19, Iras, Mof

Jobs Support Scheme, Covıd-19

Employers to receive more than S$3 billion in Jobs Support Scheme payouts from Mar 30

Employers to receive more than S$3 billion in Jobs Support Scheme payouts from Mar 30

25/3/2021 9:05:00 AM

Employers to receive more than S$3 billion in Jobs Support Scheme payouts from Mar 30

SINGAPORE: More than S$3 billion in payouts will be disbursed to employers under the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) from Mar 30. The payouts will be ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: More than S$3 billion in payouts will be disbursed to employers under the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) from Mar 30.The payouts will be given to more than 150,000 employers to support the wages of more than 2 million local employees, said the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) and Ministry of Finance (MOF) on Thursday (Mar 25).

Tighter COVID-19 measures important as Singapore is on a 'knife’s edge': Lawrence Wong 13 new community COVID-19 cases, including 7 linked to Changi Airport cluster 13 new community COVID-19 cases, including operating theatre technician at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital

AdvertisementAdvertisement"With this payout, over S$24.5 billion of JSS support would have been disbursed since the introduction of the scheme at the Unity Budget in February 2020," they said in a press release.The JSS provides wage subsidies to help companies retain and pay their local workers as businesses take a hit from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Employers who made mandatory Central Provident Fund (CPF) contributions for their local employees for the months of September to December 2020 by the stipulated deadlines will qualify for the payout.For the upcoming payment in March, employers will receive up to 50 per cent support for the first S$4,600 of gross monthly wages paid in September to December 2020. headtopics.com

AdvertisementAdvertisementREAD: Singapore can seize opportunities to emerge stronger amid pandemic, says DPM Heng after Budget debateEmployers in the aviation, aerospace and tourism sectors will receive 50 per cent support. Those in food services, retail, arts and entertainment, land transport, as well as marine and offshore sectors will receive 30 per cent.

Employers in the built environment sector will receive 50 per cent support for wages paid in September and October 2020, and 30 per cent for November and December 2020.AdvertisementAll other sectors will receive 10 per cent support.With the economy reopening in phases after the"circuit breaker" period, firms that were not allowed to resume on-site operations will continue to receive 50 per cent support until they are allowed to do so, or until March 2021, whichever is earlier, said MOF and IRAS.

Eligible employers will be notified by post of their payout amount. They can also log in toto view the electronic copy of their letter.DELAY IN PAYOUTS FOR 5,500 EMPLOYERSAbout 5,500 employers will have their March 2021 payouts delayed until end-April, pending a reconciliation by the Ministry of Trade and Industry on firms' reopening dates used in the computation of the payouts.

Read more: CNA »

Singapore sees ‘several important lessons’ from Tan Tock Seng Hospital COVID-19 cluster

SINGAPORE: Singapore has learnt 'several important lessons' from the COVID-19 cluster at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), among them - that the ...

Employers to receive more than S$3 billion in Jobs Support Scheme payouts from March 30

Malaysia says South Korean and Japanese firms to invest US$3.9b in coming yearsKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia said on Wednesday (Apr 7) it had secured potential investments from South Korea and Japan amounting to RM16.05 billion ...

31-Year-Old Hawker Sells Black Or White Char Kway Teow From $3

S$250 million of wrongly disbursed Jobs Support Scheme payouts recovered so far: Chan Chun Sing

Jobs Growth Incentive scheme helps single mother secure logistics role weeks after losing F&B jobSINGAPORE — Just weeks after Ms Aretha Chen had to leave her managerial role in the pandemic-battered food and beverage (F&B) industry, she found a new job in logistics — aided by government schemes that subsidised her salary and paid for on-the-job training.