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joelkoh 27-12-2012 11:02 AM

What is the expected salary for POSB personal financial manager as starting?
 
Currently I was invited for the second round interview by HR, I guess it will be one of the question during interview, I wish to know what is the expected salary for this job? 3k?

annabella 27-12-2012 02:13 PM

consultant or manager?

joelkoh 27-12-2012 02:25 PM

In the email stated as personal financial manager, but i guess jobscope should be the same. Is a sales job..

annabella 27-12-2012 03:14 PM

After adding the allowances like handphone etc, should be at 3k.

Unregistered 27-12-2012 05:20 PM

Basic salary is around 3k, add in allowance & incentive can hit 6k+ if ur good

Unregistered 27-12-2012 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 31908)
Basic salary is around 3k, add in allowance & incentive can hit 6k+ if ur good

What if my current salary only 2.4, is it better if I only ask for 2.8 instead of 3?
Or just state that my expected salary is 3 and let her negotiate with me?

Sam Adams 28-12-2012 06:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 31919)
What if my current salary only 2.4, is it better if I only ask for 2.8 instead of 3?
Or just state that my expected salary is 3 and let her negotiate with me?

no self-respecting bank will hiam that 200 for the right person.

annabella 28-12-2012 09:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 31919)
What if my current salary only 2.4, is it better if I only ask for 2.8 instead of 3?
Or just state that my expected salary is 3 and let her negotiate with me?

i always thought that for financial consultant, banks have a pay package to follow so everyone (fresh entry) is the same even thou u have asked for a lower salary.

Rashmi 01-01-2013 05:21 PM

unethical job search
 
This friend of mine works in a local bank (LB1) and draws 5000 pm. She went to another local bank (LB2), showed a fake salary slip of 5,500 pm and got an offer for 6000 pm. She showed this offer to LB1 and asked them to match it "or else". Soon she is paid 6,000 pm in LB1. Is this unethical or the standard way of seeking a raise?

Unregistered 03-01-2013 05:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Rashmi (Post 32049)
This friend of mine works in a local bank (LB1) and draws 5000 pm. She went to another local bank (LB2), showed a fake salary slip of 5,500 pm and got an offer for 6000 pm. She showed this offer to LB1 and asked them to match it "or else". Soon she is paid 6,000 pm in LB1. Is this unethical or the standard way of seeking a raise?

Possible. But the trust is broken. Likely, LB1 would just be buying time to replace your friend.
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