Superannuation will now be paid for every hour worked. ASU members have today won our campaign to scrap the $450 minimum earning threshold. This is a HUGE win for part-time workers and a step in the right direction to making super work for women.
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Incredible win!— Sally Rugg (@sallyrugg) May 10, 2021
I’m so proud to be a member of the ASU ✊❤️ https://t.co/999Qv4PFfz
BREAKING: The $450 minimum earning threshold for superannuation will be scrapped! Union members have been campaigning for years to scrap this threshold.— Australian Unions (@unionsaustralia) May 10, 2021
This is a huge win for thousands of part-time workers, especially women.https://t.co/oQWUi8sQUD
Good news on women's superannuation! (and economic security)— Hayley Foster (@HayleyFoster_) May 10, 2021
Treasurer @JoshFrydenberg set to scrap the $450 pm threshold for compulsory super in the 2021 #budget.
An important change for women with caring responsibilities.@samanthamaiden @newscomauHQ https://t.co/mF7nbVsHav
This is a great step forward - and here’s hoping the NSW Government will also introduce superannuation for NSW local governments today too, as part of the NSW Rates Bill. #superannuation https://t.co/svl9p6bFIg— Councillor Linda Scott (@ClrLindaScott) May 10, 2021
This is a huge win for women and part-time workers. Thank you to @ASUnion and all advocates who have fought hard and long for this reform https://t.co/AejOXAZOlA— EMILY's List Aus (@EMILYsListAus) May 10, 2021
Brilliant! Pity it took such a long hard battle to get here. Well done #ASUnion— marianjuana (@marianjuana) May 10, 2021