Tag Archive | "Salary and remuneration"

Overpaid or Underpaid? Check MyCareer’s Salary Centre

Find out what roles earn what dollars. Learn to negotiate a pay rise, check salaries in your state and find out how much of a pay rise ends up in your pocket. Visit MyCareer’s updated Salary Centre and uncover salary secrets – it’s the most comprehensive salary resource. Click here to see if you deserve a […]

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Do you know what the average salary is for you industry? How do you compare?

By visiting the MyCareer website you can find out what you’re really worth, what jobs pay what salaries and use our Pay Rise Calculator to see how much of pay rise ends up in your pocket. Here are some interesting stats on Australia’s Best paying sectors:  Sector Avg.  Min Avg. Max Average  Average Australian Salary $90,914 […]

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Are you being paid enough? Hudson Salary Guides will help in answering this question.

Hudson annually releases Salary Guides for Accounting & Finance; Human Resources; IT&T; Office & Professional Support; Legal; Property & Construction; Sales, Marketing & Communication; Supply Chain & Procurement, and Technical & Engineering.The Salary Guides offer valuable insight into salaries presently being offered to candidates as well as a brief overview of the employment market and […]

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Negotiating a Salary or Raise in a Tough Economic Climate

In this interview, Mark Gordon, director and cofounder of the Boston-based negotiation consultancy Vantage Partners and senior adviser to the Harvard Negotiation Project, offers practical strategies for negotiating a starting salary or raise. Gordon has suggestions for making these negotiations win-win and for putting the concept of BATNA (best alternative to a negotiated agreement) to […]

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sphinxx leaders in the firing line of Australia’s first Labor budget in 11 years

As Australia’s “Wealthy Families” – defined by Australia’s new government as those earning more than $150k – bear the brunt of last night’s budget announcements, sphinxx leaders could be forgiven for feeling disadvantaged for pursuing career advancement and promotion. If your family income exceeds $150k, you will be subject to tough means testing on the […]

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