Industry super funds are focused on returning benefits to their members. They generally offer low fees and stable performance. Industry funds originally came to fruition, driven by industrial relations and industry awards. When super was first introduced to the wage system, industry funds developed as a part of industry awards to tell employers where the money was to be paid. For example, the retail industry had REST and the construction industry had CBUS to name a few.
Sun Super developed originally for the recruitment industry with an understanding of mobility in today’s workforce and the need for a mobile super platform to service workers who move within their career. Over the years, other industries joined the fund including Accountants Super.
Right through their development, Sun Super has kept a focus on responding to changing needs while keeping super easy to understand for members.
In December 2015, Sun Super announced a further reduction to their fees by reducing their administration fee by a massive 8.8% and recently launched a new website. The new website has ease of use, as a key priority and by using simplified language, is addressing some of the complexity around super.
As a dynamic, energetic and professional brand, Sun Super is well aligned to CIRCLE Recruitment & HR and we have used their products for the past twelve years. They are our default fund and we highly recommend them. If you have any questions about why Sun Super is the best choice for your super please contact them directly. Tell them CIRCLE Recruitment & HR sent you!
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