[ASA] Fwd: Employment and Remuneration Survey 2022

John Lattanzio john.lattanzio at monash.edu
Thu Jul 21 12:53:24 AEST 2022

Dear Colleagues
   you may be interested in taking part in this annual STA survey. The data
will be more reliable if we get more responders.

   Thanks for your time!
John L

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From: Misha Schubert <ceo at sta.org.au>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2022 at 12:38
Subject: Employment and Remuneration Survey 2022
To: john.lattanzio at monash.edu <john.lattanzio at monash.edu>


Dear John,

Each year, Science & Technology Australia and Professionals Australia invite
our workforce <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/i9JQClx1Njio95mOZiGxnzl?domain=surveymonkey.com> to participate
in our annual Professional Scientist Employment and Remuneration Survey.

The 2022 survey will offer a crucial set of insights on the continuing
impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s scientific workforce.

The snapshot of pay and employment conditions also informs ongoing advocacy
and engagement with Government, policymakers and the Australian public.

The more scientists who participate, the more comprehensive these results
will be.

We ask you to please share this survey as widely as you can with your
members and through your professional networks of scientists.

Feel free to use the blurb below:

*Science & Technology Australia and Professionals Australia invite you to
participate in the annual **Professional Scientist Employment and
Remuneration Survey* <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/i9JQClx1Njio95mOZiGxnzl?domain=surveymonkey.com>

*. Through this survey, you will contribute to the most comprehensive
benchmark report of scientist remuneration and employment conditions in
Australia. The survey will also provide important insights into the
unprecedented and continuing impact that COVID19 has had on Australia’s
scientific workforce. Your responses will provide an important glimpse into
Australia’s science sector which, in turn, will help us advocate with and
for this sector to Government, policymakers and the Australian public. The
more scientists who participate, the more comprehensive and meaningful
these results will be. What do people need to know? The survey takes 10-15
minutes to complete. It is entirely anonymous. It is open to all science
professionals in Australia. All survey participants can enter the draw to
win one of two $500 JB HiFi vouchers. The survey closes on 7 August 2022.*

*TAKE THE SURVEY* <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/i9JQClx1Njio95mOZiGxnzl?domain=surveymonkey.com>

STA has also shared content and a link to the survey via our social media
channels. If you have capacity to share similar content, our friends at
Professionals Australia would be most grateful.

Many thanks in advance for any help you can provide to spread the word.

Thanks and best wishes,

Misha Schubert
CEO, Science & Technology Australia

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Professor John Lattanzio
President, Astronomical Society of Australia

School of Physics and Astronomy
Monash University Victoria 3800 AUSTRALIA

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