Industrial Relations (Superannuation) Regulations 1997


11/Nov/1998 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    4. Notification by employer

    (1) The employer of an award employee must give to the employee

    (a) a Notification of Choice of Superannuation Fund form in the form of Form 1 in Schedule 1; or

    (b) a written notice setting out all of the information set out in Form 1 in such a way that it is readily comprehensible to the employee.

    (2) The Notification or written notice must be given

    (a) if the employee is, on the commencement day, an award employee as soon as practicable after the commencement day;

    (b) if the employee commences employment as an award employee after the commencement day as soon as practicable after the employment commences; or

    (c) if the employee

    (i) becomes an award employee after the commencement day other than by reason of commencing employment; and

    (ii) immediately prior to becoming an award employee was not subject to any other award, order or industrial agreement which required the employer to make superannuation contributions for the employee,

    as soon as practicable after the employee becomes an award employee.



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