Human Resources Officer Salary Structure & Allowances In Nigeria

In this post we are quickly going to reveal how much
different  companies in Nigeria pay their human resources managers.

The Human resources department of any company is responsible for recruitment,dismissal,training,administration etc of new job applicants and already employed company staff. 
In general the department is responsible for different employee benefit programs of most companies.

Human Resources Salary Structure In Nigeria

Q: Human Resources Salary Structure & Allowances?

Most often Nigerian companies do not reveal the salary structure/ remuneration of their staffs,this however has lead to estimation of what different companies pay their workers.

However in Nigeria,new entry human resources employees earn lower than other more experienced employees,the amount of money earned by the new employee is expected to increase with promotion and experience.

The current estimated salary earned by human resources officer in Nigeria is estimated to be between -  ₦ 40,000 -  ₦89,999 per month (After Tax)* including housing, transport, and other allowances.

The maximum salary earned by an experienced HR officer is estimated to be between ₦ 130,000 - ₦150,000.

Years Of Experience > HR Salary
  • 0 - 2 Years >   ₦ 40,000 - ₦ 50,000
  • 2 - 5 Years >   ₦ 45,000 - ₦ 60,000
  • 5 - 10 Years >  ₦ 60,000 - ₦ 100,000
  • 10 + Years > ₦ 100,000 - ₦ 149,999

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  • The information on this page is subject to change,figures stated here are only estimates and not 100% accurate.
  • The current minimum wage in Nigeria,applicable from 2011 is ₦18,000 per month,exclusive of all deductions,however there is a plan to increase the minimum wage paid to civil servants in Nigeria.
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  • 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.