Does a salary btwn 12,000 & 15,000 USD sound about right if I were looking to hire someone with 2-3 years experience in procurement, finance, etc?
CG,If it is net it sounds right, if gross but en blanco with health insurance, etc is ok imho"citygirl" said:Really? Interesting - I have asked locals in Argentina & they felt that a 45,000 - 60,000 peso salary annually was certainly in line with the requirements I mentioned. Hmm.....
Edited to clarify - I am not looking for expats, would be looking for Argentine citizens for jr level positions.
If you are calculating _costs_ of your employees, you should be calculating more than that. I'm not sure how much you will need to pay in taxes, contributions for your employees in Argentina, but I would guess you need to calculate about 30-50% more than what you intend to pay them to get the cost to the company.citygirl said:2-3 years experience - assuming after they have degree although certainly would be open to someone currently getting their degree with same work experience.
Nikad - what do you mean by "en blanco"? apologies but this is not a phrase I am familiar with. I am thinking perhaps you mean with legal employment contracts, benefits,etc (as opposed to black market)? If that is the case then yes.
We are budgeting gross salary cost & health insurance costsbetween 4000 and 5000 pesos a month per person which seemed reasonable to me but again, I am still in discovery stage & will be meeting with laywers, Ernst & Young, accountants, etc upon my return.
But I am always looking for feeback so thank you for your thoughts.