Posted on 29-5-2017
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO JOHN AYRES ELECTRICAL
The ETU has recovered $66,000 in superannuation owed to around 30 ETU members.
Contractor JOHN AYRES ELECTRICAL failed to pay compulsory super and MERC redundancy contributions between January and May for some electricians.
The missing money has been recovered but an ETU crackdown on missing super continues.
ETU member Brad Potter, working for John Ayres Electrical on an inner-city site, said he was ‘pissed off’.
‘This a major cock-up with our money but the company seems to think it is not a big deal,’ said Brad. ‘We earned that super. It’s not for the boss to delay payment for any reason.’
3 TOP TIPS FOR GUARDING YOUR SUPER
- CHECK the employer name and ABN on your pay slip. This is the company you are legally employed by
- CHECK your super account ONLINE by the 14th day of every month. This is the only way to be sure your super is paid up-to-date
- IF YOU have not received super contributions for three months – or if you have any other concern – contact your ETU delegate or organiser for support