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19,000 employers admit to not meeting pay obligations

19,000 employers admit to not meeting pay obligations

About $100 million in superannuation entitlements have been paid to Australian workers, after their employers failed to meet their payment obligations.

  • Shared by MyBusiness
  • April 15, 2019
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Employers are currently being granted an amnesty period for superannuation guarantee obligations - meaning they can confess to and rectify instances where they haven’t paid their staff superannuation, and they will mostly escape penalty.

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