How should I set my employee listing’s wage?

The wage you set for your listed Employee is completely up to you. This depends on how you think the Employee is entitled to earn based on his/her existing knowledge, experience, skills, national minimum wage etc. To help you decide, you can search for comparable listings in your city or neighborhood to get an idea of wages in the industry.

It is also recommended that you check the Australian national minimum wage when setting wage for the employee that you’re listing.

Keep in mind that a lower asking wage does not mean that there is better chance that your listed employee will get hired. Companies often look for great people who can help them move forward, and they are willing to pay more to hire outstanding candidates. So it’s best to make your profile stand out and don’t hesitate to put a higher asking wage that you believe the employee should get.

You should also take in consideration of Service Fee that will be deducted from your Payouts. To learn more about Service Fee, click here.

And last, but not least, you can always negotiate the asking wage with hirer, even after the hiring is confirmed. Both the hirer and you have options to change the hiring after it has been confirmed.