Hi all. Just switched from Casual back to Full Time PAYG. Whilst this has been a slightly healthier bonus to the pay packet working the same hours, reviewing the payslip reveals a $50 a week drop in Employer Contributions to Super. I understand it's because Casual Super is calculated on the hours worked and that full time Contributions are only calculated on 38 hours (I work 50+ hours a week, for now). My questions are, if I Contribute the $50 shortfall myself, are there any perks to this? Does this come out of gross or net pay? Are there any Co-contributions payable by Govt or Employer to match?