[csaa-forum] Survey-petition regarding scheduled reductions to UniSuper Defined Benefits reductions from 1 January 2015
l.green at ecu.edu.au
Thu Nov 7 16:38:32 CST 2013
Dear CSAA colleagues enrolled in the Australian UniSuper Defined Benefits scheme
Please excuse the use of the list to get this message out:
Most of us know members who have concerns about the proposed changes to UniSuper's Defined Benefits scheme, scheduled to start from 1 January 2015.
A number of Consultative Committee members, with wider support, have developed a survey-petition to seek the views of the broader Defined Benefits membership. We hope for as many responses as possible. Findings will feed into the UniSuper Consultative Committee meeting on Friday 22 November.
The survey can be accessed via https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/UniSuperPetition. It also has a Facebook page, Unisuper Petition. We have two weeks to gather in as many responses as practicable before analysing the results to gauge members' views.
Please could you arrange a global email in your workplace, and other appropriate publicity, so that every current member who will be affected by these changes has the chance to express their views?
Let us know if there are problems.
Thanks so much
Michael Rafferty (Consultative Committee Member representing University of Sydney academic staff)
Lelia Green (Consultative Committee Member representing Edith Cowan University academic staff)
(Acting on behalf of a range of UniSuper Defined Benefit scheme members)
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