Malaysia’s economy is one of the most successful in Asia. The country’s workforce benefits from many industrialised market economies such as international trade and manufacturing. The cost of living is also relatively low, lower than living in Singapore or China as per Expatistan survey.
Likewise, if you plan to move or look for HR opportunity overseas, Malaysia could be a good destination to go. For your information, here is the list from the Most to the Least paying HR roles in Malaysia.
Note: All the average yearly wage rating is measured from Payscale. Your wage can be lower or higher depending on your current education, location, and year of experience.
Description: HR director is responsible for many different roles and responsibilities. HR director might also need to deal with day-to-day problems and complaints from employees, employee benefits, payroll, and employee paperwork.
Description: Senior HR managers have to deal with different business firms, thus, the job requires great communication skills, problem-solving abilities, and the capacity to manage relationships between employees and clients.
Description: HR manager deals with policies, procedures, and compliance relating to employees for an organisation. HR manager also ensures all HR activities are in compliance with local, state, and federal laws, including programs related to employee benefits and initiatives.
Description: HR business partner job responsibilities are very similar to HR managers but focus more on strategic business objectives.
Description: Assistant HR manager supports HR manager in various tasks, including recruitment from posting jobs to creating job offers, updating policies and procedures, and make sure employees get the up-to-date data.
Description: Senior Hr generalist acts as a liaison between employees and management, collect and analyse HR data, make a recommendation for change, design and execute HR policies and procedures, coordinate HR generalists, as well as administer employee compensation, training and benefits programs.
Description: Working under HR manager, HR specialist focuses on a specific task or role such as payroll, benefits, training, compensation, recruiting, and customer service for employees.
Description: HR analyst is responsible to collect, analyse, and use company data to provide management with valuable information on how to attract better candidates, motivate current employees, address staffing issues, and meet laws and regulations related to staffing.
Description: HR generalist helps managers make decisions related to HR, such as maintaining good relationships with employees and hiring new talents.
Description: HR administrator is the first-to-go person for all HR-related inquiries. The tasks also include handling employment contracts, recruiting, and setting up interviews.
Description: HR officer oversees conditions of employment, diversity, accessibility, negotiations with external agencies, pay, and recruitment.
Description: HR assistant is in charge of completing administrative paperwork and is responsible for facilitating HR processes, communicating with employees, and representing their company in all staff members.