Working at Australian Super:
Australian Super is Australia’s largest superannuation fund with more than 2.71 million members and AU$261 billion under management. The company offer Superannuation, Insurance, and Investments services, with offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Australian Super employs over 500 people and has its head office in Melbourne..
501 – 5,000
Paid parental leave (in addition to Govt. leave)
Key management roles held by women
Paid secondary carers leave (in addition to Govt. leave)
Australian Super’s Scorecard
A list of the local awards and recognition the company has achieved for gender equality and workplace culture initiatives.
WEGA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality The Workplace Gender Equality Agency awards a Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation. It is a voluntary leading-practice recognition program designed to encourage, recognise and promote organisations' active commitment to achieving gender equality in Australian workplaces.
Not a WEGA Pay Equity Ambassador Workplace Gender Equality Agency Pay Equity Ambassador organisations must have: undertaken a pay gap analysis of its workforce in the last two years, taken action on the results, reported pay equity metrics to the executive and board, and communicated their pay equity initiatives to their employees.
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