Keep your employees' details up to date

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Keeping your employees informed and updated about their super is important to us – and helps ensure they’re making the most of their super. 

We recently looked at a number of our employer plans and found that some members aren’t hearing from us because we don’t have any contact details on record for them.

The good news is, with your help, we can start contacting your employees about the benefits of their BT Super plan.

Hear more from Matt Englund, Head of BT Workplace Super.

How can you help?

You can help your employees by making sure we have their mobile and email details on record for their BT super account. Using Quick Super, or your preferred super clearing house, you can easily bulk upload their contact details when you next submit your SG contributions.

It’s quick and easy to update employee details in the QuickSuper online portal.

To get started: log in to QuickSuper.

To review employee details: Select Employees > View employees > Select employee > Employee details.

To update employee details: Follow the steps above and then select > Edit employee.

Please also refer to the How to update contact details in QuickSuper document that provides you more detailed instructions on how to update member details in QuickSuper, and answers questions you might have. 

For more information or help please contact your Relationship Manager or a BT Super Specialist on 1300 553 010.

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