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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by cremedelacreme: 6:33pm On Jul 29, 2015
tunergy:


Say God! the guy i know take home after all deductions is 157k.

go confirm come back.

I dey here dey wait you.

grin

As a GT in Union Bank in 2010, my annual package was 2,550,000. Presently UBN package for ET is about 2.9M. I wonder where most of the posters here get their figures from? sad

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by whales88: 6:35pm On Jul 29, 2015
TOP 3 HIGHEST PAYING BANKS IN NIGERIA FOR ENTRY LEVEL. Diamond bank- 243k. Access bank-234k. Gtbank- 209k. Gbam! Don't ask me for source, jst do ur smooth research and let me know if am wrong. And also mutiply ur hustle and stop dis argument in here.

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by whales88: 6:35pm On Jul 29, 2015
TOP 3 HIGHEST PAYING BANKS IN NIGERIA FOR ENTRY LEVEL. Diamond bank- 243k. Access bank-234k. Gtbank- 209k. Gbam! Don't ask me for source, jst do ur smooth research and let me know if am wrong. Multiply ur hustle and stop dis argument in here.
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by kazmanbanjoko(m): 6:37pm On Jul 29, 2015
cremedelacreme:


As a GT in Union Bank in 2010, my annual package was 2,550,000. Presently UBN package for ET is about 2.9M. I wonder where most of the posters here get their figures from? sad
figures may differ time to time.

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by HAH: 6:42pm On Jul 29, 2015
When I started working in a bank in 2001 my monthly salary was 90000 then my friends working in civil service were paid 15000, NNPC friends were paid 25000.

Am really surprised entry point salary is still as it was though I heard that they have now some crook levels, in our days we started as Assistant officers(entry point)

When I left banking in 2013 my monthly take home was 660,000, now am an employer of labour and am yet to be 40, have four houses two in Abuja two in my state.

God bless Cecilia Ibru

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by Ephemmm: 6:47pm On Jul 29, 2015
allanphash7:
Bros you need to read my mention again





I said its peopleplus who employ note counter and meanwhile i asked how about those zenithbank is employing now as fresh graduate are the professional staff or contract staff or peopleplus staff?




And last question....who owns peopleplus?

Which ID card peopleplus staff uses?





Oga u know all im saying you are just trying to hide the obvious

The way you are portraying yourself as if you know much about Zenith more than anybody is astonishing: ask your friend who is claiming he/she is underpaid to present his offer letter, you will no doubt be convinced that he is not a staff of Zenith, though he possesses Zenith's ID Card. Instead, his offer letter carries 'PP+' not Zenith.

In my own assessment, Peoplesplus, just like any outsourcing firm is a separate legal entity incorporated by Zenith Bank's HR, but headed by Consultant to cater for all supporting staff working in Zenith Bank nationwide. It employs OND, HND, and Bsc holders as its staff. It is located inside Zenith Bank, Ajose: the same building at Zenith Head Office. Just like the way Zenith treats its own professional staff, they issue the same ID card to its staff - like Secretaries, CSOs, Note Counters, Security Officers etc

If invited for test/interview, such individual will undergo test/interview in the Zenith Bank, which may give such person an impression that he/she is a real staff of Zenith. But the truth is that such person is not a professional staff of Zenith, but PP+.

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by aviona: 7:08pm On Jul 29, 2015
How about Sterling Bank Plc? Are their staff faring any better as regards earnings?
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by sneak3(m): 7:18pm On Jul 29, 2015
Israel5:
I hear UBA is the least when it comes to good salaries. na around 50-80k. Op, tel us hw far. Ecobank too

Oga get your facts right before posting false information.. for the records if UBA employ you as a graduate trainee thatv s not based on contract, your take home is 142k..

As far as entry level is concern, UBA is probably the 4th after Diamond. GTBank and Skye.

Just that recruitment in banking takes different forms.. it cld graduate trainee core staff, graduate trainee contract, or ND/NCE recruitment.
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by ChukChinCol(m): 7:31pm On Jul 29, 2015
Fidelity 140K !...Naim Emeka dey wear one tie one shoe week in week out. No fit pay common Nepa bill. Dey wake by 5am, trek 2 junction...all d okada sabi am say na bad market.

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by cricifixo(m): 7:39pm On Jul 29, 2015
70-80 staff in fidelity are contract
ChukChinCol:
Fidelity 140K !...Naim Emeka dey wear one tie one shoe week in week out. No fit pay common Nepa bill. Dey wake by 5am, trek 2 junction...all d okada sabi am say na bad market.
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by kelz12(m): 7:43pm On Jul 29, 2015

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by realmindz: 7:56pm On Jul 29, 2015
theripper3:


This is wrong. After confirmation your pay doesn't even increase, u only get some added perks and emoluments but salary na same.
I never mentioned a salary increase in my post....salary is d same both before and after unlike d op who sed salary becomes 209 after confirmation
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by denony(m): 7:58pm On Jul 29, 2015
that salary cant get me one alberto jeans mehn, i hate salary
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by realmindz: 8:12pm On Jul 29, 2015
jascon1:
hush that trash!!! Even Forbes details earnings of most popular people u know. No one mentioned someone's name here, but the remuneration. Information is power. This is great information shared. Gone are the days information are stupidly kept secrets n taken to graves.
don't mind the old man with ancient mentalities....
I'm sure he's one of the stone age bankers that wear oversize coats, short heavy ties with shorts and boots...

I just dey joke ooo grin

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by Orikinla(m): 8:42pm On Jul 29, 2015
[size=48pt]GTBANK PAYS BEST.[/size]

Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by Nobody: 8:49pm On Jul 29, 2015
JideTheBlogger:
Smh...

Why not just sit down at home and blog for cash and acquire new skills while doing so...

Mtchew**
Abi. Some of these bank jobs are not secure at all
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by kazmanbanjoko(m): 9:03pm On Jul 29, 2015
HAH:
When I started working in a bank in 2001 my monthly salary was 90000 then my friends working in civil service were paid 15000, NNPC friends were paid 25000.

Am really surprised entry point salary is still as it was though I heard that they have now some crook levels, in our days we started as Assistant officers(entry point)

When I left banking in 2013 my monthly take home was 660,000, now am an employer of labour and am yet to be 40, have four houses two in Abuja two in my state.

God bless Cecilia Ibru
thanks, you answered my question perfectly. This question i mean "Do you work in a bank or have relations working there? You can add a comment to give us an idea how much the bank pays."

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by kazmanbanjoko(m): 9:10pm On Jul 29, 2015
ChukChinCol:
Fidelity 140K !...Naim Emeka dey wear one tie one shoe week in week out. No fit pay common Nepa bill. Dey wake by 5am, trek 2 junction...all d okada sabi am say na bad market.
guy, no let emeka catch yu oooo. grin

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by beautifuldaemon: 9:22pm On Jul 29, 2015
kolomax:
When FCMB is paying 30-50k nawaooogrin

Says who?

Are you talking about contract staffs? If NO, Thats a bloody lie!

Besides FCMB is the only bank in Nigeria who has a career path for contract staffs (esp marketers).
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by professore(m): 9:33pm On Jul 29, 2015
but i dont like the job of a banker the way i used to like it
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by slimfancier(f): 9:35pm On Jul 29, 2015
Fidelity bank pays 140k? NEVER!!!

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by slimfancier(f): 9:40pm On Jul 29, 2015
Fidelity bank pays 140k? I totally disagree.
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by anigold(m): 9:47pm On Jul 29, 2015
masties2:


Kai bros! How evil. You just finish did bank destiny. grin

during my NYSC in lagos, they assign union bank.. Wahala started when my colleagues will receive allawee but my will come 2 weeks later...

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by Adesiji77: 10:03pm On Jul 29, 2015
kelz12:
FCMB pays it's marketers 24k per month.

You must be referring to Direct Sales Agents/Contract Staff... cool

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by Adesiji77: 10:08pm On Jul 29, 2015
yousee:
This is not for contract staff o. Make una no go dey eye the poor tellers say them dey chop money

cheesy grin
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by missade(f): 10:14pm On Jul 29, 2015
See as this topic is hot...
Diamond Bank is currently the highest paid for entry levels. Access Bank review salaries upward last year to about 230+ and Gt pays 209 before and after confirmation. Gt also pays profit sharing bonus and quarterly allowances.

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by fairygeh(f): 10:18pm On Jul 29, 2015
HAH:
When I started working in a bank in 2001 my monthly salary was 90000 then my friends working in civil service were paid 15000, NNPC friends were paid 25000.

Am really surprised entry point salary is still as it was though I heard that they have now some crook levels, in our days we started as Assistant officers(entry point)

When I left banking in 2013 my monthly take home was 660,000, now am an employer of labour and am yet to be 40, have four houses two in Abuja two in my state.

God bless Cecilia Ibru
And who asked you for your life history or achievements?topic says what banks pay their workers
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by toniet: 10:27pm On Jul 29, 2015
At op I did not see Eco bank angry
Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by HAH: 10:30pm On Jul 29, 2015
fairygeh:

And who asked you for your life history or achievements?topic says what banks pay their workers

you sound like a frustrated unemployed girl, instead of you to lobby me may be I can employ you, you are yabbing me at least I can pay what they pay entry level staff of bank,

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by finewoman(f): 10:32pm On Jul 29, 2015
Fcmb pays their entry staffs 25k monthly and IT students 15k monthly and weekly allowance of 600 for Saturday banking. They are the worst paying banks. #no to bank slavery#

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by fairygeh(f): 10:34pm On Jul 29, 2015
HAH:


you sound like a frustrated unemployed girl, instead of you to lobby me may be I can employ you, you are yabbing me at least I can pay what they pay entry level staff of bank,
This can only move an unemployed person I am very okay and satisfied sir,I just dislike people who make mouth unnecessarily.

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Re: What Nigerian Banks Pay Their Workers by HAH: 10:57pm On Jul 29, 2015
fairygeh:

This can only move an unemployed person I am very okay and satisfied sir,I just dislike people who make mouth unnecessarily.
I did not make any mouth, all I did was comparing what I earned as a fresher 14 years ago and what they earn now, I also went to further to show how fulfilled iam.

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