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Written: 28 May 2021

At the 2021 Employer and Member Conference, Nambawan Super outlined new technology being introduced making it easy for Employers to remit Member contributeions using digital technology.

 Presenting during the 2021 Nambawan Employer and Member Conference, Mr. Chris Mota, Manager Employer Relations, provided an update on current Employer initiatives of 2020, a major one being the Nambawan Employer Pay.

 “The Nambawan Employer pay is a new online payment portal system for employers and the fund to remit contributions and employer listings.”

 “This is a solution to the current manual contributions and reconciliation process in practice between the fund and our employers.”

 The main benefit for members is that their accounts can be updated on time.

CEO Paul Sayer said the fund has also taken the investment into other activities to improve that service to members.

 “With the Nambawan Employer Pay, we’re  aiming to make things easier for our employers to remit their contributions to the fund, and in that way, members are able to get their funds allocated into their accounts efficiently and effectively.”

 The portal is currently being trialed by 12 companies including Nambawan Super’s own payroll team. Of these 12 companies, so far 8 are successfullyusing the portal.

 Currently, the Nambawan Employer Relations team has covered only 3% of all contributing companies to the fund, which means they have a massive task ahead in bringing 300 companies.

 Nambawan expects to go live in the 4th quarter of 2021 and an operational plan will be circulated to the employers.

 As part of the ongoing trial, NSL will ensure that appropriate training and assistance is provided to employers and staff so the process of introducing this change is as smooth as possible.

 Employers who are interested in EmployerPay can contact the Nambawan employer relations team via free call number: 180 1599 or email: employerstakeholdersrelations@nambawansuper.com.pg or callcentre@nambawansuper.com.pg

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