Google engineers are on average earning $3,000 more per year than average engineers in private search engines
The average engineer is paid $3.5 million per year in Australia, according to the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
This compares with $3 million per engineer in Google’s private search engine, but the gap is narrowing as search engine companies make their way towards greater transparency about how much they pay their engineers.
Private search engine salaries average $3million for engineers in Australia.
Source: Australian Institute for Company Directors (AICD) chart source Google (Australia), The Australian Financial Review (AFFR) article Engineers have been left out of the public eye as public companies have become more transparent about salaries, with the Australian Information Commissioner (AICO) and the Competition and Consumer Commission (CCC) now launching investigations into the private sector’s pay practices.
Google and Facebook’s public accounts do not reveal their salaries or how much each pays its engineers.
But the AICO and CCC have launched investigations into public and private companies’ pay practices and will release their findings in early 2019.
AICD director Rod Sims said the AICC and CCCC are taking the lead in these inquiries.
“The AICO’s investigation of Google and the CCC’s inquiry into the Australian information commissioner is part of a wider examination of the transparency around corporate pay practices,” he said.
“In this way, we can build a strong case for reform and to ensure that these practices are not duplicated elsewhere.”
Mr Sims said private search companies had a responsibility to ensure employees were paid fairly.
“If the public and the public sector is not making these sorts of reforms, we will continue to see more and more employee pay differences in the private and public sectors,” he told the AIFR.
“It’s important that we keep a close eye on what is happening and make sure that this kind of inequality doesn’t become systemic.”
Private search company salaries: What you need to know about search engines and their compensation figures, 2018 and 2019, article The pay gap between public and public companies has narrowed over the past decade, with private search industry pay averaging $2.3 million and $3-4 million respectively in 2018.
A further $500,000 was paid in 2019.
Google paid its engineers $3m in 2018, while Facebook paid its employees $4.5m.
The average private search engineer salary is $3 billion.
Source Google (AUS) article The AICO has also launched an investigation into the AEC’s salary figures for its workforce.
It has launched an inquiry into AEC salary figures, with a report due to be released by mid-2019.
The AIC’s report is expected to be completed in early 2020.
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL are not expected to publish their pay details.
Google announced its $1.9bn pay increase in February 2019, while Yahoo announced a $1bn pay hike in July 2019.
Facebook announced a new salary increase in September 2019, with an announcement in November that it was boosting its base pay by $500 million.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in January that the Aico’s investigation into pay practices would continue into 2019.
“As with all the AACC investigations, we have taken the lead on this and are committed to making sure that there is fair and transparent pay in the Australian workplace,” Mr Pichay said.
The investigation into private search company pay has not been welcomed by all, with some claiming the pay gap was unfair.
“I’m a little concerned that this will lead to some compensation going to some of the well-paid people in the AACC,” Ms Sim said.
AACCP executive director Mark Scott said there was a need for greater transparency from search engines.
“Search engines have always been a way to deliver quality information, and the way that they deliver quality content is through data,” he wrote on Medium.
“Google and Facebook are two companies that provide this data and I do not think that the public has any real expectation that they are being paid fairly.”
Mr Scott said that the pay gaps between public companies and private search executives were not uncommon, with compensation packages typically reaching $30 million per person, with pay for engineers ranging from $2 million to $4 million.
The gap in compensation between public firms and private firms is estimated at $3-$4 million per worker.
“We’re looking at pay across the board,” Mr Scott told the ABC.
“Companies that are not public companies are also not paid fairly, so it is very difficult to make any firm-by-company comparisons.” “
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Companies that are not public companies are also not paid fairly, so it is very difficult to make any firm-by-company comparisons.”
Search engine salaries: Who’s who in search engine compensation, 2018-2019, 2018, 2019, 2020