Press Releases

Despite the long hours culture for working professionals in Australia, our research shows that companies are making progress with offering a work life balance through various flexible working options - 65% of firms are driving flexibility and 80% of employees having the option to work from home or...

11/05/2016

APAC Employment Monitor Q1 2016 Highlights: NEW: Morgan McKinley begins reporting employment figures for contract & temporary hiring Professional contracting job vacancies increased by 50% quarter-on-quarter Professionals seeking new jobs up 24% quarter-on-quarter Professional permanent job...

18/04/2016

2 February 2016, Australia – Leading global professional services recruiter, Morgan McKinley , has released its 2016 Australian Salary Guide, providing insights into hiring and salary trends over the past 12 months and forecasts for the current year. The guide covers Morgan McKinley’s specialist...

02/02/2016

The research, which polled 1,000 professionals, revealed that more than 49% cited lack of career progression as their main motivation for leaving a job. When asked what is top of mind in terms of career progression, 55% said that the overall package was the most significant factor, while 23% cited...

30/11/2015

28.10.2015, Australia - APAC Employment Monitor Q3 2015 highlights: Job vacancies remained flat year-on-year in Q3 2015 compared to Q3 2014 The number of professionals actively seeking employment was up 10% year-on-year from Q3 2014 to Q3 2015 Job vacancies decreased by 5% quarter-on-quarter from...

28/10/2015

27.08.2015, Australia - Morgan McKinley’s Bonus Survey revealed that 77% of professionals working within sectors spanning Australia’s commerce market received a bonus in 2014/2015, with 45% of this group saying that their bonus was higher when compared to 2013/2014. Not only did 45% confirm their...

27/08/2015

17.08.15, Australia - APAC Employment Monitor Q2 2015 Highlights Job vacancies rose by 18% year-on-year in Q2 2015 compared to Q2 2014 The number of professionals actively seeking employment remained mainly flat year-on-year: a small decrease of -2% from Q2 2014 to Q2 2015 Job vacancies rose by 5%...

17/08/2015

16.06.15, Australia - APAC Employment Monitor Q1 2015 Highlights: Job vacancies rose by 21% year-on-year in Q1 2015 compared to Q1 2014 The number of professionals actively seeking new roles was up 18% quarter-on-quarter from Q4 2014 to Q1 2015 Compared to the previous quarter, job vacancies rose...

16/06/2015

The market analysis which compares bonus across 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 across a range of disciplines found that payout has increased by 41%, with 11% receiving significantly higher bonus while 30% received higher bonus. Dominic Bareham, Associate Director, Financial Services Accounting, Risk,...

10/06/2015

The market analysis which compares contract duration, extensions and salary for Australia based contractors across a range of disciplines found that over half (54%) of contractors were being employed on one year contracts in 2014/15, compared to 20% who were employed for the same duration in 2013/...

13/05/2015