2019 ANZ Recruitment Remuneration Survey Now Open

Staffing Industry Metrics and HHMC Global are delighted to release the latest version of the ANZ Recruitment Remuneration Survey, allowing organisations to participate with 2019 data.

Participate now to maximize benefits for your staffing and recruitment business.

Progressive organisations have benefited from the realtime Remuneration Survey Dashboard providing salary and incentive package data for over 50 job functions across the recruitment industry. Detailed analysis is available with further selection by organisation size, geography, and sector. Want to know how to reward a graduate hire in a small Healthcare business in Perth? Or a Candidate Manager in Sydney for a 50 person IT agency? Or a team leader in Melbourne for a 10 person generalist business? There is only one source of data and the Dashboard is only available to those who participate in the Survey.

Those who participate also receive a copy of the latest ANZ Recruitment Remuneration Survey Report, providing a snapshot of the remuneration data as well as additional analysis around all aspects of the remuneration process including employee benefits, Learning & Development, and staff turnover.

"The Remuneration Survey has provided us with a wealth of information that is used in our annual salary reviews and informs our managers and talent acquisition teams for new hire discussions. With such a diverse industry it is great to have solid data to help us make informed decisions about our most important asset". Simon Birch - Adecco Group Director of People & Culture Operations

The Remuneration Survey Report is available for purchase for those who decide not to participate in the survey.

Want to know more?

Call Nigel Harse from Staffing Industry Metrcis on +61 3 9016 3521 to discuss the next steps, or complete the form for us to contact you.


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