Employees in Australia’s IT industry are the most likely in the nation to ask for a salary increase in 2020, with three in every four (75%) planning to request a pay rise this year, according to a new report which also found a lack of satisfaction by IT workers with their current salaries.
IT companies have been advised to hang on to their staff in the new year, with the Australian Information Industry Association warning that attrition rates will stay high unless firms take steps to retain their employees.
Telstra shareholders have voted to approve a salary increase for CEO Andy Penn, ignoring criticism from the union representing Telstra workers complaining about Penn's “exorbitant” $5 million pay packet.
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