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Paul
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Paul
Can anyone inform me if there is a scale for salary based upon complexity, size, responsibility etc?
Posted: 27-Mar-2012 10:22 AM | Reply
Dr Phil Rutherford
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Dr Phil Rutherford

Paul,

Try the Australian Institute of Management in Sydney. They do an annual salary index and should be able to help.

Phil

Phil Rutherford Ph.D Web: www.3gpm.com/drphilrutherford Blog: www.typepad.theotherdrphil.com

Posted: 29-Mar-2012 04:14 PM | Reply
Sue-Anne
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Sue-Anne

Hays also produces a salary guide that my be useful:

http://www.hays.com.au/salary-guide/index.htm

Sue-Anne Higgins

Posted: 02-Apr-2012 05:07 PM | Reply
SCW
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SCW

Both the Hay Group (www.haygroup.com.au) and Mercer Human Resources (www.mercer.com.au) produce valid and reliable market salary data which you can purchase.  I find salary surveys based on salaries quoted in advertised positions to be overstated and unreliable.  Mercer and Hay also have excellent job evaluation methodologies which take into account job size, complexity, accountability and so on which are used to determine a position's "level".  They then provide market remuneration data for jobs at each level.   
Posted: 05-Apr-2012 11:15 AM | Reply
Paul
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Paul


Thank you for your assistance.
Posted: 11-Apr-2012 08:48 AM | Reply
Peter
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Peter

Can anyone tell me when we can expect accesses to the white papers and presentations from the conference –at  ATP, Sydney
Posted: 23-Apr-2012 09:33 AM | Reply
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