Valuable data
and insights

Remuneration &
Human Resources Specialists

SalaryOne is an Australian company specialising in remuneration and human resource surveys, benchmarking and consulting services.

We work closely with clients and employers to design, implement and deliver valuable data and insights.

We combine traditional salary surveys with an innovative web portal.

Our services include

Surveys and benchmarking

Remuneration consulting

Organisational design and human resource consulting

Innovative web portal

The SalaryOne portal provides
salary, remuneration and human
resource benchmarking.

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We work closely with our clients to deliver lasting results

WALGA
Anglicare WA
Ruah Community Services
SwanCare Group
Community Employers WA
Alta-1
Palmerston
Rural Health West
Bethesda Health Care
Foundation Housing
Wanslea
St Bartholomew’s House
WALGA
Anglicare WA
Ruah Community Services
SwanCare Group
Community Employers WA
Alta-1
Palmerston
Rural Health West
Bethesda Health Care
Foundation Housing
Wanslea
St Bartholomew’s House

Our Focus

We focus on reliable data for sound decisions, innovative approaches, practical solutions, applying new technology, efficient business practices, service excellence.

What some of our clients have to say...

The salary and workforce portal is a leap forward in the use of technology to provide rich data for local governments on salary market rates, workforce profiles and trends.

Tony Brown
Executive Manager
,
Governance and Organisational Services, WALGA

The service supplied by SalaryOne is timely, efficient and is a valuable management tool that, compared to other similar products, represents excellent value for money.

Graham Francis
Chief Executive Officer
,
SwanCare Group

We highly value the data and insights provided by SalaryOne on pay, benefits and human resource metrics.

Chris Hall
Co-Chair
,
Community Employers WA

The information provided through the surveys has been a valuable tool for us in benchmarking our salaries and other related workforce structures. We enjoy working with SalaryOne. They have a consultative approach and excellent knowledge of the not for profit sector.

Allison Leonard
Director Corporate Services
,
Anglicare WA

We have worked with SalaryOne on several salary related research projects since 2014, and have found Julian to be professional, knowledgeable, pragmatic and supportive in his approach.

John Bouffler
Executive Director
,
Community Employers WA

Julian has conducted independent reviews of remuneration packages and has always been professional. His presentation at board meetings encouraged open conversation and his credibility as a subject matter expert has helped with the final approval.

Derek Summers
Director
,
Alta-1 Australia

When we have had tricky wages issues, Julian has always been responsive and thorough to our requests for advice. He has extensive knowledge of the award and the community services sector which has been very helpful.

Sandy Davidson
Chief Financial Officer
,
Palmerston Association

We are extremely grateful to SalaryOne for expert and timely assistance with salary reviews and job evaluations.

Kaz Sternberg
Chief Executive Officer
,
Great Southern Community Housing

The SalaryOne benchmarking survey and salary trends report is very useful, particularly in our own annual review of salaries.

Yasmin Naglazas
Chief Executive Officer
,
Bethesda Health Care

Julian was totally professional and timely in his support of our enterprise bargaining process – assisting us to navigate through the negotiations with staff and the requirements for Fair Work Commission with a consultative approach.

John Berger
Chief Executive Officer
,
St Bartholomew’s House

Executive Director, Julian Keys has over 20 years’ experience in management consulting, organisational development, salary packaging services, remuneration consulting and human resource strategy. He is a strategic and innovative thinker who delivers practical solutions. Connect on Linkedin.

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