ASU members win big changes to superannuation

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.

Back in February ASU Delegate Katia joined ASU Secretary Natalie Lang and ACTU President Michele O'Neil to speak to politicians in Canberra about superannuation.
8 months later - the Government has introduced legislation to pay super for every hour worked.
Currently, if you earn less than $450 per month, your employer doesn't have to pay super. Katia - and the union movement, changed that.

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