DStv Multichoice Nigeria Entry Level Salary Scale Structure
In this post we are quickly going to reveal how much DStv
Multichoice pay their new entry level workers in Nigeria.
MultiChoice is the owner of DStv and GOtv in Nigeria.
The South African owned company started it's operations in Nigeria in 1994 as a joint venture between MultiChoice Africa and Adewunmi Ogunsanya, a Nigerian entrepreneur.
The company is the leading pay television service company provider in Nigeria with millions of subscribers.
--The company offer services which include general entertainment, news and current affairs, sport, movies, music, kiddies and education channels etc.
The company also has a presence in other African countries.
DStv Multichoice Nigeria Scale Structure For Entry Level Workers
Q: DStv Multichoice Salary Scale Structure For New Entry Level Employees?
Most often companies do not reveal the salary scale structure/ remuneration of their new employees,this has lead to estimation of what the company pay it's new workers.
New entry level employees earn lower than other experienced old workers,however the amount of money earned by the new employees is expected to increase with promotion and years of work experience.
There are different departments in multichoice Nigeria,a new employee might find him/herself any of this departments,job positions in DStv multichoice include dealer support officer,maintenance support engineer I,group financial manager,customer service professional,accredited installer,customer service representative,call center agent,test analyst etc.
--The estimated current salary earned by new entry workers of multichoice Nigeria is between ₦ 60,000 - ₦105,00 per month after tax (excluding allowances)*.
The current minimum wage in Nigeria,applicable from 2011 is ₦18,000 per month,exclusive of all deductions.
The information on this page is subject to change,figures stated here are only estimates and not 100% accurate.
Most multinational companies pay according to global standards and are among the highest paying companies in Nigeria.
Figures stated here represent net total amount with tax deductions.
Low paying companies sometimes bolster their pay with allowances.
The salary paid to interns and trainees are less than the amount paid to entry level workers.