HR question: which salary survey or database is used by HR depts?

Discussion in 'Jobs (Discussion)' started by 4(T), May 12, 2013.

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  1. I need to discuss an expat salary package with a company that completely lacks any HR expertise or knowledge of the job location.

    I am aware that HR departments in major companies use certain third party salaries databases or surveys in order to estimate the market rate for new positions. I recall the data is listed by job title, number of reports, location, etc.

    Is there a specific market-leading database that is in common use, free or by subscription, or perhaps a specialist company that will cost up a position for a fee?

    The positions I am trying to value are in Russia and Kazakhstan, but a general international database would probably serve.

    Thx for any leads.
  2. Bump.

    101 views and no reply? - not even any abuse or witty comments?

    I guess HR is not the career of choice for Arrsers....
  3. Sympathetic_Reaction

    Sympathetic_Reaction LE Book Reviewer

    try might have something you can use.

  4. Another HR question but not worth starting a new thread on; a job advert shows the pay scale as below

    Salary: £16,043 - £20,249 BAR £18,212

    what does BAR mean in this context?
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  6. My guess is basic annualised rate.

    And no, I'm not in HR.

  7. It is a qualification bar, meaning the maximum they will pay for this role is £18k with the lower of a specified qualification or £20k with the higher. E.g. an HGV3 holder might have one pay ceiling, an HGV1 holder another.
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    A selection but no nearer an answer. the job is, ironically in the HR dept, so I could apply, get the job and then ask,
  9. Thank you