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30-07-2020 04:06 PM
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The question of how much you can earn always goes back to this: how much can you give? HR professionals' salaries span across a rather wide range because it depends on their job scope, expertise, experience level, and most importantly, the value they add to the company.

The role of HR is evolving quickly especially with changes brought about by Covid-19 (think remote hiring, virtual onboarding, split teams/ work from home etc.) If HR professionals are looking to increase their pay and future-proof their careers, they have to start looking to value-add beyond what's stated in their job scope.

The future of recruiting isn't going to be just posting job descriptions and interviewing candidates. To attract the new generation of millennial and Gen-Z talent, it will be crucial for people looking to go into HR long-run to start upgrading themselves. Pick up skills like recruitment marketing, employer brand strategy and different recruiting tools that will help make virtual hiring smoother.
the real question is, where has the Human in HR gone?
30-07-2020 02:19 PM
sharon.yeo The question of how much you can earn always goes back to this: how much can you give? HR professionals' salaries span across a rather wide range because it depends on their job scope, expertise, experience level, and most importantly, the value they add to the company.

The role of HR is evolving quickly especially with changes brought about by Covid-19 (think remote hiring, virtual onboarding, split teams/ work from home etc.) If HR professionals are looking to increase their pay and future-proof their careers, they have to start looking to value-add beyond what's stated in their job scope.

The future of recruiting isn't going to be just posting job descriptions and interviewing candidates. To attract the new generation of millennial and Gen-Z talent, it will be crucial for people looking to go into HR long-run to start upgrading themselves. Pick up skills like recruitment marketing, employer brand strategy and different recruiting tools that will help make virtual hiring smoother.
30-12-2019 04:00 PM
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A bit Ironic that hr practitioner asking about own pay?

Yes i shall reply with the standard hr canned reply that i usually reply prospective candidates.
YouR pay will be commensurate with your experience. Our company strongly believes in talent development and retention, and you can expect to receive a very competitive compensation and benefits package.
I think you forgot to read the part, "I'm a foreigner" meaning, I don't have any idea as to what the market rate is for the country of which I am not a citizen of.
30-12-2019 10:48 AM
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Is 8-10k a realistic amount to ask for since I have 7 years of experience? For the likes of companies which are big internet MNC companies , is this possible?
A bit Ironic that hr practitioner asking about own pay?

Yes i shall reply with the standard hr canned reply that i usually reply prospective candidates.
YouR pay will be commensurate with your experience. Our company strongly believes in talent development and retention, and you can expect to receive a very competitive compensation and benefits package.
29-12-2019 11:16 PM
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Tech recruiter a lot of demand now

Graduated 2nd lower NUS econs 2019

<1 yr working experience

4.5k basic working as Tech recruiter in one of the unicorn companies
Is 8-10k a realistic amount to ask for since I have 7 years of experience? For the likes of companies which are big internet MNC companies , is this possible?
27-12-2019 10:11 AM
Unregistered Tech recruiter a lot of demand now

Graduated 2nd lower NUS econs 2019

<1 yr working experience

4.5k basic working as Tech recruiter in one of the unicorn companies
26-12-2019 11:36 AM
Unregistered Does anyone have an idea how much salary I should ask for a sourcer role for on of the top internet companies with hq in sg? I'm a foreigner with 7 years of apac sourcing experience
24-07-2018 04:58 PM
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It sounds ok and keep at it. I am mid-30s and doing HR in bank Paribus. I started off with recruitment agency. It is possible to hit mid-100k in 30s and should have more topside.
Hello there, i am a uni fresh grad currently looking for a job. I was recommended a job as a recruitment consultant. Since you have worked in an agency before, do you mind sharing with me the pros and cons of being a consultant? And also about career progression. Thanks in advance!
02-07-2018 01:33 PM
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isn't that like 8k per month, then include salary? would be just average if you take into account age and number of years of working experience
100k for mid 30s isn't really that fantastic tbh.

more uni grads would hit that number eventually. heck i know of some fresh grads that already hit that number. but those are the exception rather than the norm.
28-06-2018 03:12 PM
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Do you mean 100k p.a in mid 30s! how should i follow your steps. haha
What should i be expecting for my next jump?
isn't that like 8k per month, then include salary? would be just average if you take into account age and number of years of working experience
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