New Partnership for NFP Salary Survey
Monday, 5th January 2015 at 11:12 am
A major Australian association of business advisers and accountants, HLB Mann Judd has partnered with Pro Bono Australia to help deliver its annual Salary Survey. The organisation also provides advisory services to the Not for Profit sector.
The 2015 Pro Bono Australia Salary Survey will reveal details about salary levels across the Not for Profit sector and the level of budgets that organisations have to work with.
Kim Kelloway Head of Business Development at HLB Mann Judd Sydney and member of HLB Australasia’s Not for Profit Group said she was proud to be partnering with Pro Bono Australia.
“We have worked closely with Pro Bono Australia in the past and are very excited to continue to work with them on this very exciting piece of thought leadership for leaders in the NFP sector,” Kelloway said.
“Our commitment to the sector is highlighted by our “Exclusive Not for Profit (ENFP)” Group, which boasts around 200 strategic leaders in the Not-for-Profit space and provides Not for Profit organisations with access to specialist, accounting, advisory, banking, legal and fundraising support.
“The ENFP Group enables us to provide the sector an aligned, experienced and informed service and we look forward to discussing the 2015 Salary Survey with the ENFP leaders.”
Head of Marketing at Pro Bono Australia, Chris Roberts, said for HLB Mann Judd the partnership would mean their community involvement was enhanced and strengthened by helping to provide a critical resource for the sector.
“HLB Mann Judd has a fantastic reputation for working across the sector through fundraising initiatives, charity events, financial advice and representation on boards and community associations,” Roberts said.
“Pro Bono Australia is very proud to be working with chartered accounting group HLB Mann Judd to bring our third Salary Survey to the Not for Profit sector.”
Roberts said the latest Salary Survey would provide a comparison with previous years.
“Pro Bono Australia’s third Salary Survey will be released in March this year and we are proud to once again provide the largest and most comprehensive data analysis and salary benchmarking standards for Australia's expanding Not for Profit sector,” he said.
“Armed with the previous two years' extensive results, this year’s Survey will allow for strong comparative analysis and is a critical resource for boards and executive teams across the sector.”