The team at Human Resources Online has compiled a list of our most up-to-date salary stories in Malaysia, for your easy reference.
Salary guides and benchmarks are useful tools to help companies and job seekers better understand current market trends, allowing for more informed decisions in compensation and hiring.
In this salary special, the team at Human Resources Online has compiled a list of our most up-to-date salary stories in Malaysia for your convenience. With this, read on to ensure that you are offering competitive salaries to attract and retain top talent this year ahead.
Expected 2023 salaries for HR roles in Malaysia
A CHRO in banking & financial services could be earning a monthly pay of RM740,000, while a GM of HR in business services could be taking home RM240,000 a month. [Click here to read the full story]
Salary increments in Malaysia to rebound to pre-COVID levels in 2023
Employers in Malaysia may need to budget for a median 5% increase in their salary budgets next year, rebounding to pre-pandemic levels as seen in 2019. [Click here to read the full story]
Expected 2023 salaries in Malaysia's high-growth industries: IT, manufacturing, and construction
A data architect could earn between RM10,000 to RM20,000, while an experienced GM/operations director in manufacturing could be taking home RM20,000 to RM40,000 a month. [Click here to read the full story]
2023 Malaysia salary guide: HR, sales & marketing, IT, and more industries
A CHRO with about 20 and more years of experience could be taking home about RM25,000 to RM50,000 a month. [Click here to read the full story]
Expected salary increases in Southeast Asia for 2023: Vietnam could see the highest at 7.9%
Industry-wise, within the region, retail is expected to see the highest increase in salaries (6.5%), followed by technology and life sciences (6.1%), and financial institutions (5.9%). [Click here to read the full story]
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