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Last chance to participate in the 2024 Executive Remuneration Survey

Your contribution can play a pivotal role in shaping the future of executive remuneration practices.

Governance Institute, in partnership with McGuirk Management Consultants (MMC), urges professionals across Australia to contribute to the 13th Australian Board Remuneration Survey and the Australian Executive Remuneration Survey.

Last year, CEO salaries across ASX-listed companies rose by an average of 15 per cent, with 51 per cent of listed CEOs eligible for performance bonuses, averaging a maximum bonus of 72 per cent.

What will this year reveal?

By participating in the survey, individuals can play a pivotal role in shaping the future of executive remuneration practices. Company secretaries, HR professionals, executive, and non-executive board directors are invited to lend their insights, ensuring comprehensive data for informed decision-making.

The survey only takes 10 minutes to complete, and participants will receive complimentary copies of both the 2024 Australian Board Remuneration Survey and the 2024 Australian Executive Remuneration Survey.

The importance of these surveys is highlighted by the diverse range of organisations surveyed in previous years, including listed public boards, unlisted public boards, private boards, not-for-profit boards, government boards, and super fund boards.

To ensure accuracy and efficiency, contributors are encouraged to download a PDF copy of the questionnaire before commencing. Additionally, confidentiality is assured, with data analysed in aggregate form by MMC, maintaining the privacy of individual responses.

The deadline for submissions is 5pm, Friday, May 10th, 2024. For those who may not be directly responsible for remuneration data but know someone who is, forwarding the survey invitation is greatly appreciated to ensure comprehensive data collection.

For inquiries regarding the survey, remuneration reports, or data collection processes, individuals are encouraged to reach out to

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