During the pandemic, at least 65 Australian corporations recorded excessive profits for investors while at the same time receiving JobKeeper payments and other government support. Only three have paid it back.
JobKeeper was designed to ensure companies could afford to keep paying workers while their profits took a hit due to COVID. Despite the support, some corporations still stood-down staff or forced employees to take leave.
During a global crisis, these corporations chose to keep money they didn't need, funneling it to investors profits, executive bonuses or their bottom line.
It's time to pay it back.
Join the call today for all corporations who received JobKeeper while making their investors profits to pay it back.