State Superannuation Regulations 2001
Part 1 - Preliminary


    6. Remuneration for part-time or seconded Members or Members with irregular pay

    (1) The remuneration of a Member who works on a part-time basis is the actual remuneration received by the Member, not the remuneration of a comparable full-time worker.

    (2) Subject to regulation 16(4), for the purposes of these regulations the remuneration of a Member who is seconded is

    (a) for a Gold State Super Member the Member's remuneration for the job from which the Member is seconded;

    (b) for a West State Super Member who is seconded to a person who is an Employer the Member's remuneration for the job to which the Member is seconded; or

    (c) for a West State Super Member who is seconded to a person who is not an Employer the higher of

    (i) the Member's remuneration for the job from which the Member is seconded; and

    (ii) the Member's remuneration for the job to which the Member is seconded.

    (3) If a Member does not receive his or her remuneration on a regular basis throughout the year, the Board may treat the Member as having received that remuneration on a regular basis by

    (a) averaging the remuneration received over all the contribution periods in the year;

    (b) determining the Member's remuneration to be a notional regular remuneration equal to the remuneration that a notional person holding the job held by the Member would receive if he or she were paid on a regular basis; or

    (c) calculating a notional regular remuneration for the Member by some other means that the Board considers appropriate.



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