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For Queensland Government employers
Redundancy is a reality in business – workplaces change and positions and functions sometimes become unnecessary. But it’s a stressful time for everyone, so we want to help as much as we can.
Here are a few resources available to your employees.
You’ll need to complete an Employer Certification form and send to us.
A redundancy1 happens when a workplace change leads to an employee’s function becoming no longer necessary. It’s the chief executive who must make the decision to terminate their employment as a result. A redundancy package may include an incentive payment.
1. In accordance with directive no.04/12
A retrenchment happens when an employee's position has been made redundant and it’s been determined that it’s no longer appropriate to continue seeking to secure a permanent placement for them. An incentive payment doesn’t form part of a retrenchment payment. When calculating superannuation entitlements, we treat retrenchment and redundancy the same way.
We know redundancy is a difficult time, so we provide extra resources to help our members who are affected. If your employees would like information on their QSuper account options, and how receiving a redundancy package could affect them, here’s how you can help:
When you hear about the possibility of MOG changes, call the Employer Help Desk and let us know. We can then ensure the smooth transition of those employees' superannuation accounts.