UPCOMING FREE LIVE WEBINAR

Are you paying the market rate? Launching the 2019 National Salary Survey

Thursday, 18th July

12:30 – 13:15 AEST

Our speakers

Sam Bell
General Manager, Corporate Services & Research
IML ANZ
Charles Go
Charles Go
Head of Research Products
IML ANZ

People are your biggest asset.

In a fragmented labour market with a slowing economic outlook, it’s more important than ever to retain your top talent.

Every year, IML ANZ produces the National Salary Survey (NSS) which analyses the data on more than 25,000 employees Australia-wide to give salary data on 250 position titles. The NSS accurately depicts the market movement for salary packages – helping HR and organisational decision-makers to arrive at highly informed remuneration packages for staff.

Join Sam Bell, GM Corporate Services & Research and Charles Go, Head of Research Products at IML ANZ to discuss the current and future data trends in Australian salaries and the latest HR-related workplace policies.

You will learn about:

• The divergent salary growth rates across industries and position titles
• The large movements on training budgets
• Significant statistical changes on mental health and other HR-related policies
• State-based salary growth differences and an uncertain outlook.

The NSS tells us that it costs organisations $23,410 every time a staff member resigns. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can attract and retain your top talent.

 

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ABOUT THE NATIONAL SALARY SURVEY

For over fifty years, our National Salary Survey (NSS) has provided hundreds of businesses and managers with unbiased, up-to-date Australian remuneration information so they can attract and retain the right talent. Data representing more than 25,000 employees is collected from hundreds of organisations across Australia to profile a wide range of business sectors and positions, so you have a competitive edge in the battle for quality employees.

 

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