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A database specific to Australia’s life sciences industry. The Australian Life Sciences Remuneration Review provides life science companies with consistent, accurate and high quality market data, covering the full reward package, including all forms of cash compensation, long-term incentives and benefits.
The report provides high quality remuneration data for organisations in the life sciences sector.
- A large database of leading pharmaceutical, medical devices, biotechnology and contract research organisations enabling robust cuts of data.
- A comprehensive catalogue of sales roles, with the ability to analyse data by therapeutic area (cardio, oncology, animal health) and medical devices main focus area (capital equipment, disposable, durable goods).
- Remuneration in a range of job families is presented, including an engineering and science job family covering roles specific to the life science industry. Remuneration is presented in a number of formats, including detailed position profile reports for each position in the survey.
- Survey trends, including an analysis of overall remuneration movements and commentary on remuneration forecasts.
Additional benefits of the survey
A benefits policy and practices report is also produced for the sector and released at the same time as the September edition of the survey. The report covers remuneration policy, cars, termination and redundancy, superannuation, variable pay, remuneration packaging and other policies and practices.
Mercer works in partnership with a committee of key industry representatives to ensure the survey provides the most relevant information in terms of position coverage, remuneration data and HR market intelligence.
An annual conference is held each year in November. The conference provides attendees with networking opportunities and roundtable discussions with peers, presents data trends and case studies and guest speakers provide the latest issues affecting the sector.
Published: April, October
Number of organisations: 146
Number of positions: 1,015