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Old Nov 4th 2022, 11:39 am
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Going through the process - currently at second interview. Job looks good - immense opportunity to grow and show off.

Bit of a background, me and the Mrs take about 190k gbp pretax, myself alone around 120k. Just trying to head off comp discussions.

We’re a family of 3. Few questions I’ve got:
- What’s the base I’m looking at? 55k to 80k?
- What’s on top? Housing Allowance (25%), Transportation allowance (10%)? Tickets? Education Allowance?

whats the market like for female accountants? The Mrs wants to do something - perhaps part time - just want to understand if it’s impossibility or just improbable?
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Old Nov 5th 2022, 11:41 am
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Originally Posted by Aussieroo
Hi

Going through the process - currently at second interview. Job looks good - immense opportunity to grow and show off.

Bit of a background, me and the Mrs take about 190k gbp pretax, myself alone around 120k. Just trying to head off comp discussions.

We’re a family of 3. Few questions I’ve got:
- What’s the base I’m looking at? 55k to 80k?
- What’s on top? Housing Allowance (25%), Transportation allowance (10%)? Tickets? Education Allowance?

whats the market like for female accountants? The Mrs wants to do something - perhaps part time - just want to understand if it’s impossibility or just improbable?
my experience of the PIF is the all in number for base, housing and transport is determined based on your current base salary. The uplift in my experience is a range of 20-40%.
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Old Nov 23rd 2022, 7:38 pm
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Nothing yet
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Old Feb 23rd 2023, 8:39 pm
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Originally Posted by Aussieroo
Nothing yet
Hi any update on the process yet?
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Old Feb 26th 2023, 10:35 pm
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You have ramadan (followed by the long Eid break) coming up soon. So I would advise chasing for some guidance before things go very quiet for March and April
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Old Feb 28th 2023, 9:58 am
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I’m waiting for visa. Let’s see.
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Old Feb 28th 2023, 4:22 pm
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How long did the entire process take for you?
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How long did the entire process take for you?
from first interview to verbal offer about two months
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Can someone explain why you keep talking about accommodation being included in the monthly salary? It makes no sense - my understanding is they just pay you the full amount and you arrange your own accommodation as you see fit (like in the Western countries). I am missing something?
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Old Mar 7th 2023, 9:22 pm
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Can someone explain why you keep talking about accommodation being included in the monthly salary? It makes no sense - my understanding is they just pay you the full amount and you arrange your own accommodation as you see fit (like in the Western countries). I am missing something?
Day to day it has not much impact as it all ends up in your paycheque. The impact is on other benefits (e.g. any exit payment) which is based off your "salary", excluding other benefits such as housing allowance, or other allowances such as schools.
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Originally Posted by fth
Day to day it has not much impact as it all ends up in your paycheque. The impact is on other benefits (e.g. any exit payment) which is based off your "salary", excluding other benefits such as housing allowance, or other allowances such as schools.
Exit package? Apologies for my ignorance but what is that? I thought in most cases you sign an annual contract which might or might not get extended.
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Old Mar 8th 2023, 10:59 pm
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In the region, in lieu of a pension, there is a deferred payment on exit based on time served and final salary. Specific mechanics vary from country to country (and employer), but search for "end of service" calculation.
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Old Apr 29th 2023, 4:53 pm
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What was the package - Base (incl allowances) and bonus guidance
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Old Sep 15th 2023, 12:43 pm
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Hey guys, after the last interview positive feedback, how many days should we expect to receive the offer (numbers, start date, etc.). I have a few other offers and I need to manage the deadlines.
Thanks a lot for the help
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Old Sep 15th 2023, 1:15 pm
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A week for verbal offer.
written may take some time
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