The gender super gap continues to be a problem with women retiring with a third less super than men.
Governments around the world now recognise the significant social and economic benefits of paid parental leave.
However, in Australia only a small percentage of women receive superannuation on their paid parental leave.
This report shows how governments at all levels and employers have the opportunity to reduce the gender super gap by paying superannuation on paid parental leave
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