2018 Australian Employment Services Workforce Survey of Remuneration and Human Resource Management Performance 

NESA is proud to announce the availability of our 9thAustralian Employment Services Workforce Survey of Remuneration and Human Resource Management Performance, in conjunction with Maguire Consulting.

The survey investigates the nature and levels of remuneration paid to key personnel within employment services organisations in Australia, and reports on human resource management performance benchmarks in areas considered critical to business performance.

This year, we were pleased to receive participation from organisations across all states, with FTE numbers ranging from 1-100 up to 300+, gross revenue ranging from $5m to $50m+, and representing both for-profit and not-for-profit providers. All current employment services programs are represented.

The survey reveals significant trends in staff turnover, salary movements and bonus and incentive payments, and offers calculations on the cost of employment, staff induction and training and staff replacement. HR topics investigated include recruitment and retention, staff learning and development and employee welfare.

Get your copy now. Compare your performance, consolidate your business strategies and keep ahead of the game in the fast changing environment of the employment services sector.

Prices

NESA MEMBERS

PARTICIPATED
$ 815
00
  • All prices are inclusive of GST
PARTICIPATED

NON-MEMBERS

PARTICIPATED
$ 1185
00
  • All prices are inclusive of GST
PARTICIPATED

NESA MEMBERS

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
$ 1355
00
  • All prices are inclusive of GST

NON-MEMBERS

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
$ 1695
00
  • All prices are inclusive of GST

Report Information

Every two years since 2000, NESA has commissioned a broad and detailed survey of remuneration and human resource management within the Employment Services Sector. This report, carried out by Maguire Consulting, gives a valuable insight into the evolution of the sector. Since 2000, we have refined the data we sample to ensure that the survey is rich and relevant. The current survey, which will be released in December 2018 is the fruit of these progressive refinements.

Participation in this year’s survey is now closed.

For any enquiries, please contact [email protected] or phone on 1300 021 800

Further Information

This biennial survey is undertaken confidentially by Maguire Consulting (contracted by NESA) and it canvasses all contracted employment services – big and small, not-for-profit and for-profit. The survey is relevant to all organisations delivering any employment service program within the Australian employment services sector. It builds on previous surveys showing trends since 2000, and will provide valuable sector benchmarks and trends for remuneration in 20 key positions, employment costs, recruitment, retention and expenditure in learning and development.

The information collected will enable the sector to understand how it performs compared to the rest of the Australian economy as well as allowing individual organisations to benchmark their HRM performance against the key indicators of good management practice for their sector. The survey will also contribute to an evidence base that will assist NESA to effectively promote the interests of the sector.

Be rewarded for participating

**Participating organisations receive substantial discounts (up to 40%) on the purchase price of the report**

Confidentiality and Privacy

The National Employment Services Association (NESA) and Maguire Consulting respect and uphold your rights under the Australian Privacy Principles (“APP”) contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (“Privacy Act”) and the Spam Act (Cth) 2003. 

For more information about the Privacy Act, the APP’s visit the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (“OAIC”) website: http://www.oaic.gov.au/. Visit the Australian Communication and Media Authority (“ACMA”) website: http://www.acma.gov.au/ for additional information regarding the Spam Act

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