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"Customer Service Support Officer" in Poland. How much I should say I want to earn?

bledi 2 | 11
19 Dec 2011 #1
Hi everybody,
Recently I got a job offer in a bank as "Customer Service Support Officer" and I have an appointment next week.
The only problem is that I don't know what to say when they will ask me about my salary. How much I should say I want to earn?

If anyone has some knowledge please do share it with me.
Thanks in advance
pavdel 5 | 22
19 Dec 2011 #2
Hi, as far as I see you speak Greek, Italian and English. So in which language is the support going to be? And in which city?

What do you mean offered? How can they offer you a job since you did not discuss the salary?

In any case the news are that net the salary that normally pay for these "language jobs" is around 2500 PLN. They say that some of them provide accomodation in a shared facility, but not all of them.

I ma Greek and I am planning to move as well on summer. It will be good to share your experience in general. You can contact me also by personal message.
Skoo - | 1
25 Jan 2013 #3
Merged: Salary for junior customer support in Wroclaw?

A company just asked me about a salary expectation for a Wroclaw based customer support job in Hungarian. How much should I ask? And how much may I get?

Thank You
yajurawat - | 2
19 Dec 2016 #4
Merged: Relocate In Poland

Hi All,

I would like to relocate in Poland or Germany so I like ask some question. As per my consultant he said initially i will get TR for three month, If i got job there and pay four months tax then my TR will be extend up to one year then after extend for two year. Is it true and what are the chances getting of Job in my field (Customer support engineer). Please advise me what to do or shall i do it without consultant.

Thanks & Regards

Y.S.Rawat (yajurawat2011@gmail)
terri 1 | 1,665
19 Dec 2016 #5
Consultants lie.
yajurawat - | 2
20 Dec 2016 #6
Terri what is the procedure if i want TR and then search job in Poland.
terri 1 | 1,665
20 Dec 2016 #7
You want the job. You find out. Learn to do things for yourself.
If you have access to a computer/google then you can search. Your problem is that you do not speak Polish and most of the websites are in Polish.

Remember also that people will promise you the earth as long as you're paying THEM, but no one and I mean no one can guarantee anything.

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