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Unregistered 31-03-2012 04:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23111)
$9300 is your Basic salary or u factored in your bonuses averaged over 12 mths?

Just basic salary, but bonus is not high for support staff, average about 3-3.5 months

Unregistered 31-03-2012 05:09 PM

Is HR a suitable career for men? My friend is in HR field and he says he finds it difficult to get jobs

Bean 31-03-2012 05:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23117)
Cant remember the exact progression clearly. Only remember some important milestones.

2005 = 3400
2007 = 5200 (promoted to AM)
2008 = 6k+ (promoted to M)
2010 = 8400 (Promoted to AVP)
2011 = 9300

You 1st class honors ?

HR still can get 3.4k starting is alot even for female in 2005!!!

it seem that your
-annual increment every year is abt ~10%
-each promotion increment abt ~20-30%
which is alot!!!!



my engineering coy: even for promotion increment for 'A' grader is max 8%, annual increment for 'A' grader is max 5-6% only!!!! How pathetic!!!

for someone "C to B" grader like me only getting
-promotion = +4%
-annual increment = ~+3.5%

I can't even hit 3.9k after 5 years with my company with 1 promotion loh, I start at 2.9k....

Unregistered 31-03-2012 10:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23122)
Is HR a suitable career for men? My friend is in HR field and he says he finds it difficult to get jobs

This misconception occur because most companies lump admin as HR. Admin about 90% dominated by women while real HR roles are more balanced about 2/3 ladies 1/3 men.

I dun think men are at disadvantage for real HR roles, esp Rewards & Performance management are dominated by men.

Unregistered 31-03-2012 10:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23125)
This misconception occur because most companies lump admin as HR. Admin about 90% dominated by women while real HR roles are more balanced about 2/3 ladies 1/3 men.

I dun think men are at disadvantage for real HR roles, esp Rewards & Performance management are dominated by men.

But many men I met in HR are a little sissy. :D

Bean 31-03-2012 11:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23128)
But many men I met in HR are a little sissy. :D

sort of agree!!!:D
i saw one b4

makarabe 31-03-2012 11:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23117)
Cant remember the exact progression clearly. Only remember some important milestones.

2005 = 3400
2007 = 5200 (promoted to AM)
2008 = 6k+ (promoted to M)
2010 = 8400 (Promoted to AVP)
2011 = 9300

Your progression is quite fast. I graduated in 2007 and now in my 2nd job as HR Development Specialist drawing 5950.

makarabe 31-03-2012 11:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23125)
This misconception occur because most companies lump admin as HR. Admin about 90% dominated by women while real HR roles are more balanced about 2/3 ladies 1/3 men.

I dun think men are at disadvantage for real HR roles, esp Rewards & Performance management are dominated by men.

Agree, but TBH I don't quite like the guys from Rewards, too yaya papaya behave like lawyers & bankers.

Unregistered 31-03-2012 11:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 23118)
Just basic salary, but bonus is not high for support staff, average about 3-3.5 months

U took 1 yr to promote from AM to M, and then 2 yrs to promote from M to AVP..that's amazing..and u're not even doing sales.

Are u actually on management associate prog or u're actually a HR management consultant?
Or any special external circumstances? Or u get performance grade A every single year..?

Pls share your success story! thanks!

Unregistered 01-04-2012 11:15 AM

Saw an ad for Senior HR Specialist (Safety) at UPS, Singapore, to be in charge of safety. Anyone knows more about the progression there? Any chance to switch to other HR fields?

Thanks for your advice.


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