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Q: what is the recommended wage (salary) for a sourcing agent full time.

i have a worker who is telling me she does not get paid enough.

how much is a good wage for a sourcing agent who work full time and uses their intrnet and phone?

7 years 24 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Guangzhou

 
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The agent is also like a recruiter and they have to get a certain number of qualified people in a certain amount of time. That's the pressure they have in that type of job. The agents get paid when one they find a qualified person and two the company agrees to hire them. 

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Probably…

For the fresh graduates, trial 2 months—1800--2000rmb each month, then every 3 months raise 500rmb til maybe 4000rmb. Also provide them 1% to 3% commission.

For the experienced ones, trail 1 month---2500rmb each month, then every 3 months raise ….then depends on the performance, and normally give the experienced workers 3% to 5%...

By the way, we don't provide accommodation and food as most of the people do in downtown Guangzhou.

Our company run like this…he he…maybe we are too good to our staff ! but I think this is the point that staff are willing to work here…. laugh

                                              

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Emily chen, your company really good to staff, if possible, i want to go there ,lol

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There is nothing agents can do that you cannot do better for yourself friend.

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I do not think 4000 RMB is enough for your staff

Frankly speaking, I am Chinese but I get one thousand dollar per mont,  (about 6250RMB/month), I still get commission if I do something good.

 

Today salary increased and life cost increased a lot as well, otherwise it's hard to  survive here... believe me ...

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I do not think 4000 RMB is enough for your staff

Frankly speaking, I am Chinese but I get one thousand dollar per mont,  (about 6250RMB/month), I still get commission if I do something good.

 

Today salary increased and life cost increased a lot as well, otherwise it's hard to  survive here... believe me ...

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I agreed with Owenren!

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