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Unregistered 06-01-2016 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 77611)
is it hard for male fresh grads (private degrees) to get in a hr role? Heard most companies are hiring females for hr

depends on type of hr. specialist about 1/3 male, ops <10% male.

Unregistered 08-01-2016 06:13 PM

HR CPS Asia Operations Manager
The Coca-Cola Company
://.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/96590123

Unregistered 12-01-2016 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 77630)
depends on type of hr. specialist about 1/3 male, ops <10% male.

Then how does 1 become a specialist?

Unregistered 12-01-2016 10:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 77922)
Then how does 1 become a specialist?

same as any other high paying job. being good & knowing the right ppl. if u need to ask on a forum means game over.

Unregistered 13-01-2016 08:56 PM

Merck - Human Resources Business Partner
://.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/97679719

Estée Lauder - Human Resources Manager
://.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/97690231

Unregistered 14-01-2016 03:40 AM

HR pay in mindef
 
Hi would like to know how well will a fresh second upper /lower from local Uni be paid for a HR position in mindef? Is this also a place with good career advancement & pay increments? Thanks!!

Unregistered 14-01-2016 04:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 78042)
Hi would like to know how well will a fresh second upper /lower from local Uni be paid for a HR position in mindef? Is this also a place with good career advancement & pay increments? Thanks!!

if you get second lower, might be a bit tough to enter mindef?
also, did you complete NS? that will affect your payscale.

Unregistered 19-01-2016 12:26 AM

Scale
 
Hi there,

Thought i'll seek some advice from you guys. I've had about 5-6 years of recruitment agency experience and one of my clients have asked for me to work for them. They are a large American MNC and work across various sectors.

My current base is 7k + Own commission + Team Over rides + Bonus (1-3k)/Quarter

On average i can easily make 15k per month on good months. I do understand when i move into Talent Acquisition the commission component will not be there. Is 20% increase of base salary over 12 months reasonable?

Thoughts?

Unregistered 19-01-2016 11:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 78321)
Hi there,

Thought i'll seek some advice from you guys. I've had about 5-6 years of recruitment agency experience and one of my clients have asked for me to work for them. They are a large American MNC and work across various sectors.

My current base is 7k + Own commission + Team Over rides + Bonus (1-3k)/Quarter

On average i can easily make 15k per month on good months. I do understand when i move into Talent Acquisition the commission component will not be there. Is 20% increase of base salary over 12 months reasonable?

Thoughts?

If money is your key concern, I would suggest you not waste time doing a back office job in MNC. The moment you move to non-sales, it will be just like any other support job in HR with typical bonus of 1-2 months every year.

You are already drawing 15k a month, even with a 20% increase in basic is only 84k, that's like 45% paycut. It will take you at least another 5 years increment to get back where you are even if you are a super high flyer getting 12-15% increase consecutively.

Join back office only because you want a change in culture, no sales target, work life balance and getting a cushy "director" retirement job in the future. Must be prepared to significantly reduce lifestyle also.

My 2c.

Unregistered 19-01-2016 10:15 PM

InterContinental Singapore - HR Intern
s://.*************/jobs/detail/18361

Daimler South East Asia Pte. Ltd.
s://.*************/jobs/detail/18345


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