The Middle East Job market is growing with more companies looking to hire during 2015. This is due to the recent growth of the global economy and a restored faith in the market. Increased salary levels have been recognised as a key factor in companies retaining their top talent as other companies increase the hunt for poaching the competitions best assets. However, it is not just salaries that are projected to rise in 2015, an increase in general remuneration packages, increases in bonuses, holidays, or flexi-hours have all been identified as ways HR Directors will look to retain their key talents in these vital years prior to the Dubai Expo. Here is a quick overview on what an executive can expect to be earning in the UAE in 2015. [Tweet “UAE Executive Salary Expectations for 2015 via @careerintel #executive #HR #Finance #Technology”]
Finance and Accounting
If you are working as the Chief Financial Officer in the UAE for a large company you are expected to see the highest salary increase across all of the major executive positions, expecting a whopping 5.7% increase compared to 2014’s numbers. Conversely, if you are working as the CFO of a small to medium sized enterprise then you will see the smallest salary increase, a meagre 0.7%. A viagra für männer Finance buy cialis online with prescription Director is expected to see an increase of 2.6% in an SME and 2.2% in a large company, whilst a Financial Controller is expected to see a pay increase about tablet viagra of 5.4% within SME’s and 3.9% in large companies. For exact figures please see the table (click to enlarge): Financial Services Compliance and Risk positions are the salaries that are commanding the highest increase, albeit smaller differences compared to that of a bay bayan viagra CFO. A Chief Risk Officer is anticipated to see a 2.1% increase to their salary in the UAE in 2015 while a Head of Compliance can expect to see and increase of 2.0%. General Managers of both corporate and wholesale banking are expected to see a slight increase from the 2014 figures of 1.6% and 1.2% respectively. See the table for exact figures (click to enlarge): Technology Technology is an industry where salaries have remained relatively stable over the past half of the decade and 2015 will be a similar situation. One of 2015’s key trends is the increased awareness regarding cybersecurity so it is no surprise to see such positions having the highest pay increases in comparison to the other technology positions heading into 2015. It has been forecasted for a Security Analyst to see a salary increase of 2.5% in 2015 and Chief Security Officer to see an increase of 1.3%.
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2015 sees a huge jump in annual salary for HR Managers/Human Resource Business Partners with an expected increase of 4.8%. This is closely followed by Regional HR managers with a 3.7% increase while HR Directors or HR Heads are only projected to see and increase of 1.2%.