General Manager, Corporate Services & Research
Institute of Managers and Leaders
The Australian remuneration environment is constantly evolving and more competitive than ever. To stop staff from going to competitors, organisations have a responsibility to improve staff engagement and attract top talent with attractive salaries, a positive work-life balance and inclusive and diverse policies.
What are the most up-to-date salary trends, and what are the most effective tools organisations can use to increase workplace diversity?
Join Sam Bell, General Manager, Corporate Services & Research at IML and Susan Del Favero, Head of People and Culture at IML in a live webinar as they analyse updated findings from the October release of the National Salary Survey and the 2018 Gender Pay Gap Report. They will reveal up-to-date salary data and will discuss strategies companies should be using to break down the gender pay gap.
You will learn:
• The most up-to-date salary trends are across various industries, levels and states
• Looking ahead – what are organisations saying about salaries in 2019?
• How you can implement policies and strategies to secure equal pay and foster a safe environment that celebrates gender equality
Can’t attend live? Register anyway and we’ll send you the on-demand recording after the event.
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.
The NSS leads the way in delivering detailed salary survey data to organisations across various industries.
250+ position titles to benchmark
Utilise 250+ position titles covering a wide range of roles and functions. Download our sample report to see a full list of positions.
Highly detailed reports
Make decisions from a position of knowledge with detailed position descriptions, easy to read summary tables, salary figures split by size, location and sector. Access more than just a vague salary range and get an accurate picture with lower quartile, median, upper quartile and average figures.
Pinpoint relevant data
It is easy to use our online data analysis tool to isolate data that’s relevant to your organisation. Drill down and combine search criteria to find salary data in the company size, location and industry that you want.
Keep your staff engaged
Find out what others are doing to keep their key staff by using relevant HR Trends and Forecasts data. Engage your staff with creative policies and benefits that they will want to use.
Access the NSS data online from anywhere and keep the hard copy as an easy to reach reference on your desk.
Receive the following additional reports as part of your National Salary Survey package:
– Staff Retention Report: benchmark your staff turnover rates against state, industry and organisation size averages and discover strategies that you can implement to keep talented staff.
– Gender Pay Report: ensure pay equity in your organisation, give potential candidates another reason to choose you over your competitors and help fight the gender bias.
The Institute relies on HR, remuneration professionals and key decision makers from a variety of industries to provide data to the National Salary Survey. By participating in the survey, you’ll ensure that your organisation and industry is represented, leading to valuable industry insights. You’ll also be able to purchase the survey at a significantly reduced rate whether you’re an IML member or not (you can save up to $2,000).
We need your input!
We’re releasing an updated version of the NSS online in October. Contributors to this version will also receive a discounted rate on the updated survey. If you’d like to contribute to our October survey, please purchase the survey as a contributor and then fill in your response.
In this free webinar, Sam Bell FIML, General Manager, Corporate Services and Research at IML and Charles Go MIML, Research Product Manager at IML explore the current Australian remuneration environment. Watch it now to catch a sneak peek at some of the most notable findings from the 2018 National Salary survey and get ahead of 2018’s rising wage and HR trends.
This webinar explores the following topics:
– Salaries are on the rise: Which industries are getting a pay rise
– Looking ahead: Trends forecasts for 2018
– Stop the revolving door: Insights on retaining top talent