Workplace Talks

QSuper’s workplace talks are a great way to show your staff that you put them first. Plus, research shows that the more financially organised your staff are, the more productive they will be at work1.

Workplace seminars can be structured specifically to the needs of your staff – whether they’ve just joined the workforce, have been working for some time or are close to retirement. And they’re offered at no cost to you.

So make a positive difference to your employees’ future and organise a visit from QSuper.

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Topics For Description
Welcome to QSuper (Induction) New employees As we introduce you to QSuper, we’ll explain how things work, your investment and insurance options, and how we can work together to maximise your super. A video is also available for those who aren’t able to book a face to face session.
Managing your super online Everyone This talk covers how you can use Member Online to consolidate your super, make changes to insurance, view and change your investments and access online advice.
Grow Your Super2 Everyone Explore some simple tactics that could help make all the difference to your super.
Financial wellbeing for women2 Women of all ages Helping you with strategies to grow your super while overcoming commonly faced issues that cause super gaps for women.
Understanding Your QSuper Insurance2 Members through to age 60 Adequate insurance is an important part of your financial wellbeing. This talk highlights the importance of personal insurance, some of the enhancements to QSuper’s insurance cover and how you can personalise this cover to meet your needs.
Redundancy2 Members dealing with a redundancy Would a redundancy package be right for you? Find out your options and how receiving a redundancy package could impact your financial future.
Defined Benefit2 Defined Benefit members only Learn how your Defined Benefit account works and get answers to some of the frequently asked questions members have about this account.
Q&A Everyone Led by a Member Education Officer, this is a flexible session where you have the opportunity to ask general questions about super and other financial literacy topics.
First Home Super Saver Scheme (FHSSS) Members saving for a first home This session provides an introduction to how the FHSSS works, including eligibility requirements, contributions limits and how to access funds from super.

2 Only available to Queensland Government employers.

Topics For Description
Planning for retirement Everyone Having a solid financial foundation enables choice and the sooner you start planning the more time you have to reach your goals. This talk focuses on the importance of planning for retirement and what QSuper can do to help.
Transition to Retirement2 (TTR) Members approaching retirement (age 55+) Are you thinking about working fewer hours and easing into retirement? Hear tips on how you can boost your super or your income in the lead-up to retirement with some clever tax strategies.
Design Your Future2 Members in their 40s and 50s A bit of planning goes a long way. Hear how planning ahead could help you realise your goals and set you on the path to financial freedom.
Retirement Preparation2 Members up to 10 years from retirement Based on our flagship Retirement Preparation seminar we can tailor a solution for members 2-10 years out from retirement.

2 Only available to Queensland Government employers.

We understand it's not always easy to get your employees together. That's why we offer both live and pre-recorded webinars tailored to your workplace.

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We’re here to help 

Talk to our Member Education Team about arranging a talk for your team today.

Or have a browse through our member talks. There are plenty to choose from, covering all sorts of different needs and your employees can register for these individually at a time that suits them.

1 According to the Financial Fitness of Working Australians report by Map My Plan, Nov 2015, 39 per cent of Australians say they spend two or more hours per week thinking about their finances while at work. On average, this equates to 9.5 per cent of their paid salary hours.