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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by LexngtonSteele: 8:10pm On Aug 21
LordofNaija:

Get abi save

Not my fault if that's what you save.... i earn more now...got a raise tongue
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by LordofNaija: 8:48pm On Aug 21
LexngtonSteele:


Not my fault if that's what you save.... i earn more now...got a raise tongue
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LexngtonSteele:


Not my fault if that's what you save.... i earn more now...got a raise tongue
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Nobody: 12:15pm On Sep 14
singlessubway:
Nigerian Oil and Gas Companies Salary Structure

Shell (SPDC) Salary Structure N667,000 (permanent), N250,000 - N500,000 (contract staff)

Exxon Mobil Salary Structure N1million

Total Oil Salary Structure N1million

Mobil Oil Nigeria Salary Structure N500,000

Mobil Producing Nigeria Salary Structure N700,000 – N800,000

Schlumberger Salary Structure N500,000

Chevron Salary Structure N750,000+

Halliburton Salary Structure N375,000

IOCs E&P (upstream) Salary Structure N600,000 to N1million

Independents E&P (upstream) Salary Structure N300,000 – N600,000

Multinational oil servicing Salary Structure N300,000 – N600,000

Tier 2/ Indigenous oil servicing Salary Structure N200,000 – N400,000

Tier 1 downstream Salary Structure N200,000 – N400,000

Tier 2 downstream Salary Structure N150,000 – N200,000

NNPC Salary Structure N190,000

DPR Salary Structure N190,000

PPPRA Salary Structure N190,000

NestOil Plc Salary Structure N150,000

NOTE: Multinational oil companies pay with respect to global standards because their employees are usually deployed to different parts of the world. This is the reason why they pay on of the highest salaries.


Nigerian Banks Salary Structure

Union Bank Salary Structure N180,000/N258,000

Guaranty Trust Bank Salary Structure N209,000

Keystone Bank Salary Structure N127,000 (excluding allowances)

Fidelity Bank Plc. Salary Structure N180,000

Skye Bank Salary Structure N104,000

FBN Capital Salary Structure N400,000+

Diamond Bank Salary Structure N240,000 (N80,000 for trainees)

United Bank for Africa Salary Structure N142,000

First Bank Salary Structure N150,000+ (With allowances worth around N150,000+)

Access Bank Salary Structure N237,000

Enterprise Bank Salary Structure N249,000


Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria Salary Structure

PZ Cussons Salary Structure N145,000 (RDM i.e. sales)

Nigerian Bottling Company Salary Structure N148,000 – N160,000

Cadbury Nigeria Plc. Salary Structure N130,000

Frigoglass Salary Structure N50,000

Nigerian Breweries Plc. Salary Structure N350,000

Lafarge Salary Structure N90,000 (excluding allowances)

Meristem Salary Structure N100,000+ with profit sharing

Guinness Nigeria Salary Structure N120,000 – N160,000

Dangote Sugar Salary Structure N150,000

Dangote Cement Salary Structure N140,000


Telecommunications/Power/Energy Companies in Nigeria Salary Structure

General Electric (GE) Salary Structure N300,000+

Huawei Technologies Salary Structure N200,000

MTN Nigeria Salary Structure N180,000 – N250,000

Globacom Salary Structure N120,000

Airtel Nigeria Salary Structure N100,000

Tecno Mobile Salary Structure N120,000

Ericsson Salary Structure N88,000

EEDC Eastern Electric Distribution Company Salary Structure N350,000

PHCN Salary Structure N79,000 (excluding bulk rent and pay leave allowance)


Auditing and Consulting Companies in Nigeria Salary Structure

KPMG Salary Structure N171,000 Before Tax (non-chartered ET)/ N145,000 (non-chartered ETOP)

PWC Salary Structure N140,000 (non-chartered)

Deloitte Salary Structure N150,000 (After Tax)


Others General Company Salaries

P&G Salary Structure N200,000+

INEC Salary Structure N77,000 (including allowances)


PAL Salary Structure N77,000

MultiChoice Salary Structure N40,000 – N70,000


Aviation companies pay between N600,000 and N800,000 as salaries.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Company salaries above are for professional and permanent staffs’ monthly pay (not annual); they are not for contract staff.

*** Before/After Tax- some salary figures represent net total with tax deductions, while some represent salary without tax deductions. Some of the companies who pay outwardly low salaries supplement it with juicy allowances and perks.

*** Actual salaries may vary marginally depending on qualification, experience, and unit.

*** If you know the entry-level salaries of some other companies that are not featured on this list, kindly pass us the information, and we would be glad to include them to the list. Also, if you think some figures on this page outdated or totally wrong, please, do help us with the corrections (and you must show proof).


Read more: http://www.rapportnaija.com/2017/06/see-nigerian-companies-salary-structure.html#ixzz4kjPadqwe
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by egbaguy2: 10:53am On Sep 20
Hello everyone,who knows BASF pay?

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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Nobody: 2:55pm On Sep 20
good
egbaguy2:
Hello everyone,who knows BASF pay?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by egbaguy2: 6:57pm On Sep 20
singlessubway:
good
plz how good for a degree holder with 3 years experience
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by kpompey: 1:36pm On Sep 21
cooldood:


So in other words, and in dollar terms,

Banking

Union Bank N180,000/N258,000 (US$480/688 per month)
Guaranty Trust Bank N209,000 (US$557)
Diamond Bank N240,000 (N80,000 for trainees) ($640)
United Bank for Africa N142,000 ($379)
First Bank N150,000 + allowances worth around N150,000+ ($400)
Access Bank N237,000 ($632)
Enterprise Bank N249,000 ($664)
Keystone Bank N127,000 excluding allowances ($339)
Fidelity Bank Plc N180,000 ($480)
Skye Bank N104,000 ($277)
FBN Capital N400,000+ ($1,067)


Oil and gas

Shell (SPDC) N667,000 (permanent) ($1,779), N250,000 to N500,000 (contract
Exxon Mobil N1million ($2,667)
Total Oil N1million ($2,667)
Mobil Oil Nigeria N500,000 ($1,333.33)
Mobil Producing Nigeria N700,000 – N800,000 ($1,867)
Schlumberger N500,000 ($1,333.33)
Chevron N750,000+ ($2,000)
Halliburton N375,000 ($1,000)
IOCs E&P (upstream) N600,000 to N1million ($2,500)
Independents E&P (upstream) N300,000 – N600,000 ($1,600)
Multinational oil servicing N300,000 – N600,000 ($1,600)
Tier 2/ Indigenous oil servicing N200,000 – N400,000 ($1,067)
Tier 1 downstream N200,000 – N400,000 ($1,067)
Tier 2 downstream N150,000 – N200,000 ($533)
NNPC N190,000 ($506.7)
DPR N190,000 ($506.7)
PPPRA N190,000 ($506.7)
NestOil Plc N150,000?? ($400)


Manufacturing

PZ Cussons N145,000 (RDM i.e. sales) ($387)
Meristem N100,000+ with profit sharing ($267)
Guinness Nigeria N120,000 – N160,000 ($427)
Dangote Sugar N150,000 ($400)
Dangote Cement N140,000 ($373)
Nigerian Bottling Company N148,000 – N160,000 ($400)
Cadbury Nigeria Plc N130,000 ($347)
Frigoglass N50,000 ($133)
Nigerian Breweries Plc N350,000 ($933)
Lafarge N90,000 excluding allowances ($240)


Electrical/Electronics

General Electric N300,000+ ($800)
Huawei Technologies N200,000 ($533)
Tecno Mobile N120,000 ($320)
Ericsson N88,000 ($235)
EEDC Eastern Electric Distribution Company N350,000 ($933.3)
PHCN N79,000 (excluding bulk rent and pay leave allowance


Auditing and consulting

KPMG N171,000 b.t. (non-chartered ET)/ N145,000 (non-chartered ETOP) ($456)
PWC N140,000 (non chartered) ($373)
Deloitte N150,000 a.t. ($400)


Telecommunications

MTN Nigeria N180,000 – N250,000 ($667)
Globacom N120,000 ($320)
Airtel Nigeria N100,000?? ($267)
MainOne. N150,000 ($400)

Others

P&G N200,00+ ($533)
INEC N77,000 (including allowances) ($205)
PAL N77,000 ($205)
Multichoice N40,000 – N70,000 ($205)

Now tell me why there wont be recession in a country like this, where their expenses are largely driven by dollar exchange rate which has practically over-doubled between 2014 and 2017 (155 to $1, and now 375 to $1) and prices have been adjusted to reflect this, yet, most of my people's income can barely pay for their professional exams.lol. Vacation is dollar denominated, ACCA, CFA, CCNA, etc are dollar denominated, food items within the country are dollar denominated, transport fare- dollar denominated, fuel- dollar denominated, yet salary remain flat. We never see anything, 9ja wont get out of recession till 2019, take it or leave it, cos 2018 is political risk year, no investor will put their money down for anything, when purchasing power has been completely eroded.

i laugh at 9ja in spanish.


Resign and you will see any one in this category are the lucky ones.Many are better but they roaming the street, here you are talking about purchasaing power

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