Retail salary guide 2021: How much you should be earning if you are in the retail industry


January 24, 2021 | By Shruthi Nair

Michael Page recently revealed its salary guide for 2021, which acts as a reference for hiring managers and job seekers to make informed employment decisions in the UAE.

The report is segregated based on sectors, skills and salaries and provides recommendations on the different hiring or talent challenges across sectors, including retail.

The report comes following a tumultuous year for the world’s job market where job losses, salary cuts, and redundancies were the dominating themes.

“During times of uncertainty, strong leadership, effective communication and empathy have been the key drivers for confidence and motivation. And they will continue to be the foundations of a stable, confident and engaged platform for growth in times of recovery”, said Pierre-Emmanuel Dupil Senior Managing Director, PageGroup, Middle East & Africa.

“Taking care of employee mental health and wellness, redefining flexibility, setting the right remote working organization, communicating new goals and targets adapted to the overall vision, and offering environments enabling work-life balance, have been key challenges faced by businesses in 2020”, he added

Retail Salary Guide

Retail Salary Guide

Retail Operations
CEO: Dhs75,000 to Dhs140,000
MD: Dhs50,000 to Dhs100,000
Sales Director: Dhs35,000 to Dhs50,000
Store Manager: Dhs10,000 to Dhs25,000
Sales Associate: Dhs5,000 to Dhs12,000

Marketing and Communications
Brand manager: Dhs22,000 to Dhs35,000
PR manager: Dhs22,000 to Dhs45,000
PR executive: Dhs12,000 to Dhs22,000
Marketing executive: Dhs14,000 to Dhs22,000

Buying and Merchandising
Senior Merchandiser: Dhs15,000 to Dhs28,000
Head of Merchandising: Dhs40,000 to Dhs60,000

Design
Head of design: Dhs25,000 to Dhs35,000
Fashion designer: Dhs20,000 to Dhs25,000
Designer: Dhs 15,000 to Dhs 30,000

 

 

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