The College of Law Level 3, 570 George Street,
Sydney, New South Wales
|Topic||People & Culture|
|CPD||1 - Practice Management and Business Skills|
|Online Member||AUD $39.50|
|Affiliate Member||AUD $39.50|
|Associate Member||AUD $39.50|
Jason Elias, Elias Recruitment
Emily Setter, Piper Alderman
Join us for an in-person discussion of the current National and State recruitment market with perspectives from recruitment consultants and employment relations teams at a leading Australian law firm.
Every year, ALPMA conducts the Legal Industry HR Issues & Salary Survey in Australia to provide an annual overview of salaries paid within the legal sector across the country. It is the largest and most comprehensive independent survey of salaries across all roles for the legal sector, with a particular focus on roles typically seen within Australian law firms. Jason Elias, Managing Director at Elias Recruitment and the sponsor of the 2022 survey, will lead a discussion of the key survey findings and relevant employment issues.
The report on the 2022 survey was released earlier this year and provides data for 9,045 staff employed across 280 law firms in Australia. Get your copy of the report here.
Chief Executive Officer / Specialist Legal Recruiter at Elias Recruitment
Jason is an ex-Lawyer who has 24 years experience in finding the top legal talent in Australia for law firms, not-for-profits, government and inhouse legal teams. His team of consultants works nationally across NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia.
Jason is winner of RCSA’s Recruitment Leader of the Year and TALiNT’s Business Leader of the Year (twice). His firm is also a Winner of the 2023 RCSA’s Outstanding Small Agency award.
Associate, Employment Relations at Piper Alderman
Emily is a member of the Employment Relations team and is based in Sydney. She assists in advising employers in all areas of employment law, industrial relations, and workplace health and safety. Emily has a strong interest in human resources and industrial relations, and during her studies at the University of Sydney received many awards.
Emily assists in advising employers on a range of issues, including unfair dismissals, general protections matters, anti-discrimination, bullying complaints, and compliance with work health and safety legislation.