20 All

Australia's top jobs in 2020

The Robert Walters Salary Survey for 2020 analyses the salary expectations for Australian professionals in 2020, with roles in certain sectors set to experience wage growth.

Top jobs of 2019

The Robert Walters Salary Survey for 2019 reveals that the NSW job market looks exceptionally healthy in some areas, with professionals increasingly comfortable to switch employers, yet much tighter in others.

Worrying signs for diversity in Australian workplaces

Robert Walters newly released report Embracing difference, finds 9 in 10 women feel discrimination exists in today’s workplace (compared to 73% of men), which is sure to sound alarm bells throughout Australia and New Zealand’s 3.5 million businesses.

Celebrating creativity in Queensland

Robert Walters is partnering with Brisbane Festival because we believe creativity delivers powerful benefits for business and the wider community.

Jane Lowney wins recruiter of the year

Robert Walters, Head of Infrastructure and Engineering, Jane Lowney has just been awarded ‘Recruiter of the Year’ by RCSA, for her operational excellence and unwavering focus on helping to nurture the next generation of Australian engineers.

Robert Walters wins International Recruitment Company of the Year

For the second year running, we have been named ‘International Recruitment Company of the Year’ by Recruitment International, the largest recruitment industry awards program in Australia.

Update on the Labour Hire Licencing Scheme

As a partner providing employees and contractors under labour hire, Robert Walters is committed to complying with the labour hire licensing laws in Australia. Get in touch for more information.

Robert Walters features as a Top 100 graduate employer

The Australian Financial Review in association with graduate employment website GradConnection reveals where recent graduates are keen to work. We feature in the top 100 Graduate Employers’ list for a second year running.

The two sectors driving Australia’s job and wage growth

Only a small proportion of specialist roles are set to experience any significant uptick in their take home pay or end of financial year bonus this year, according to new research released today.