Share your story of unpaid super

Since Industry Super Australia and Cbus’s joint report on unpaid super was released in December, the call for action has been loud and clear.

Under Australian law, generally employers must pay 9.5% in super to any employees over 18 earning more than $450 a month – but many workers are missing out.

unpaid super 2013/14
1 in 3
missing part of their super
unpaid by 2024 if left as is*

Bringing the situation to the top of our politicians’ to-do lists, a senate inquiry has been established to examine the problem and consider possible solutions.

To have the impact required for change, the inquiry needs real-life perspectives.

Have you or someone you know ever experienced unpaid super? Submit your story to inform the inquiry and help put a stop to the situation.  

Submissions have been extended and are due by 1 March 2017, with the inquiry’s findings due at the end of March.

Download the report Overdue: Time for Action on Unpaid Super (PDF)

Recap on the information released during the initial publication of the report.

*Source - Overdue: Time for action on unpaid super, ISA and Cbus 2016