So i was randomly browsing through JobStreet. Wrote down minimum salary of RM2500. Most companies offer the salary with a min requirement of 3-5 years of experience in relating field. Kerja 5 tahun pun min salary is still 2500? Bloody hell. We're fucked.
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I very much agree. But, i did hold a position of building exec in a very well known private residences here in KL. My ex company took more than half of what the developer has designated for me. I guess it does make sense since thats how my ex company gains profit.
But these property management companies need to reevaluate the percentage of what they take. Because the property residents/tenants themselves have said maintenance fees for the company and thats how they can get their revenue. >50% from each staff is a bit too much tbh
Lol sorryyy my mistake on the grammar. Not my ex company as in my own though, i meant i worked with before. They did hire a fresh grad, and i was when i started to work there. But my manager had years of experience. The dev designated him 12k, the company paied him barely 6
Like i said, very understandable that thats how they control their profit margin to keep the company running. But to take more than half of what each staff is actually contracted for through the company by a developer, thats just harsh
I think this is coming off as very stereotypical. There are other races here in kl whom have the same skill set and work ethics. And there are other races that live the same lavish lifestyle. So how is it relevant about being chinese and higher wage. Isnt that a bit...... racist?
Replying to @najihowyoudoin
Most company, they're putting that kind of requirement just for the sake of wording. No harm to try & apply. They should understand. Heck even for far more senior role, asking 10-15 years of experience but you only have 7? Just go ahead, you might get lucky with the application.
Replying to @mist3r_hx
Yeah, but i think to put that in wording is kinda tacky and is probably a bait. What if the person is desperate but have years of experience, so they just settle in with the pay because they had "no choice"? Like i said, it takes skills to demand more without sounding desperate
Skills in which, probably some do have and some dont. And to those who dont, they need to brush up the skills, and employers need to learn how to listen and understand. But to put the figures "just because", it's just a bit "low". Pun intended 😂 but i get where ur coming from!