Monday, 30 April 2018

GE Salary Structure & Allowances 2018 


In this post we are quickly going to reveal how much GE pay

their staff and also the Allowance that their workers receive. 

GE also known as General Electric is an American multinational company that is headquartered in Massachusetts USA.

The company interests in aviation,healthcare, power,capital and finance, lighting, transportation,oil and gas Etc. 
The company is one of the largest companies in America,according to Forbes,it has also been ranked as one of the most most profitable companies in the world. 
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GE Nigeria has been in Nigeria for over 40 years,with businesses interest in sectors such as: oil and gas,power generation, healthcare and transportation.

The company employs close to 1000 Nigerian workers and have offices in Port Harcourt,Lagos,Onne and Abuja. 

GE Salary Structure & Allowances For Their Workers

Q: GE Salary Structure & Allowances?

Most companies do not reveal the exact salary structure/ remuneration of their staffs,this has lead to people's estimation of what the company pay it's workers.


In General,Entry Level Employees earn lower than other  experienced staffs,however the amount of money earned by the new employee is expected to increase with promotion and experience. 
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The current estimated salary earned by GE workers is between ₦ 200,000 - ₦ 300,000 per month after Tax (excluding allowances)*. 

See Also: Julius Berger Current Salary Structure 

Note
The current minimum wage in Nigeria,applicable from 2011 is ₦18,000 per month,exclusive of all deductions.

The salary paid to interns and trainees are less than the amount paid to entry level workers. 

Most multinational companies pay according to global standards and are among the highest paying companies in Nigeria. 

The information on this page is subject to change,figures stated here are only estimates and not 100% accurate.
Low paying companies sometimes bolster their pay with allowances.

Figures stated here represent net total amount with tax deductions.

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