Pro Bono Australia has launched the call for responses for its seventh annual Salary Survey.
The survey acts as a source of vital benchmarking data for key roles within the social sector, as well as executive and manager remuneration comparisons, professional development trends and remuneration policies implemented by organisations across the social sector.
This year’s salary survey aims to collect insights into remuneration trends, employee engagement and workplace benefits, including salary sacrificing and superannuation contributions.
Karen Mahlab AM, Pro Bono Australia CEO and Founder, said that the annual Salary Survey has become a trusted piece of our social sector infrastructure by providing critical information to guide boards, management and individuals who want to be paid, and pay fairly.
“We are calling again for the not-for-profit sector to participate in this 7-minute survey. The survey is the largest and most comprehensive remuneration report of its kind, providing extensive and practical information on selecting appropriate benchmarks and building a remuneration framework for Australia’s not-for-profit sector.” Mahlab said.
“We thank all those who have trusted us with their information in the past and encourage those who haven’t to fill out this short survey for our common benefit.”
Kim Kelloway, HLB Mann Judd Head of Clients and Markets, said they were proud to partner Pro Bono Australia Salary Survey for the fifth consecutive year. As specialised not for profit advisers, HLB Mann Judd collaborates with organisations to make an impact and advance their mission.
HESTA is a national industry super fund dedicated to health and community services and has been for more than 31 years. HESTA has more than 860,000 members and $60 billion in assets, and joins Pro Bono Australia to help deliver a comprehensive salary survey.
Beveridge Consulting, which partners with organisations to drive business results through workshops, conference sessions, remuneration consulting and candidate assessment, will again provide the rigorous survey analysis and compilation.
Participants who complete the survey will have access to 50 per cent off the report upon its release in April, and will also go in the draw to receive $500 to be donated by Pro Bono Australia to the charity of their choice.
The salary survey results will be published in April 2019. All responses will be kept strictly confidential.
The survey can be found online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TWDYQPB. All not-for-profit employees are urged to contribute.