Archive for March, 2013

Importance of salary packaging to the NFP sector

Last week, Pro bono Australia released a study on the remuneration and demographic details of the workforce in the Not-For-Profit sector.  The Not-For-Profit sector employs 1 in every 15 working Australians – the group comprises experienced, hard working and well-educated workforce, a large percentage of whom are female (see graphic below).  Salary packaging plays an important part in these people’s lives by increasing their effective take home pay.

Click on the graphic to go the summary of the study released by Pro bono Australia.


The salary packaging concessions available to the Not-For-Profit sector have come under scrutiny recently, take a look at our customer blog to see why these concessions are so important to the NFP industry.

Smartsalary Client Breakfast . . . Check Out the Short Video!

Every year, we host a series of client breakfasts across capital cities in Australia.  It’s a great opportunity for us to share our story with all of our clients, both longstanding and new ones. We host these breakfasts at the end of the year so it is an opportune time to recap on the year past, shed some light on the year ahead, and thank our valued clients for their continued support.

Our clients span a broad range of industries, so it’s also a good opportunity for them to meet each other and share their own wonderful stories.

We’ve condensed our presentation to a few minutes below . . . hope you enjoy it!

For your reference, our 2012 breakfast presentation stars the following fabulous team members!

  • Houda, Lebbos, our Chief HR Officer, speaking about our innovation initiatives
  • Simon Ellis, our Senior Tax Advisor, updating us on the rising popularity of novated leasing
  • Michael Ellies, our Chief Operating Officer, touching on recent and future service enhancements
  • Dave Adler, our Chief Commercial Officer, highlighting our initial foray into social media

Deven Billimoria
Chief Executive Officer

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