How much can someone earn in an administrative and managerial position in Sri Lanka?
average monthly salary
121 000 LKR
(1 460 000LKRPer year)
to work aloneExecution and ManagementWSri Lankausually earns approx121.000 lakronone month. salary ranging from40 100 rupees(lowest average) to200,000 rupees(average maximum, actual maximum salary higher).
This is the average monthly salary, including accommodation, transportation and other benefits. Salaries vary widely between different administrative and management occupations. If you are interested in the salary of a specific job, you will find job-specific salary information below.
remuneration for a particular job
|Client Coordinator||88 000 Lacron|
|Executive Administrator||109 000 Lacron|
|Regional Director||99 000 Lacron|
|Asset Protection Assistant||113,000 rupees|
|adjunct-director||104 000 Lacron|
|assistant||118 000 lakron|
|Assistant Operations Manager||119 000 lakron|
|Assistant project leader||112 000 lakron|
|Assistant van head of department||93 400 rupees|
|president||99 300 rupees|
|Assistant to the Vice President||115 000 lakron|
|adjunct-director||109 000 Lacron|
|Offers Manager||119 000 lakron|
|branch manager||118 000 lakron|
|Manager Market Development||134,000 rupees|
|Operations employee||106 000 lakron|
|Head of Operations||110,000 rupees|
|event manager||126 000 lakron|
|Chairman of the Board of Directors||196,000 rupees|
|chief of staff to the president||130,000 rupees|
|Corporate Affairs Director||170,000 rupees|
|Finance Director||188 000 Lacron|
|chief of staff||101 000 lakron|
|Director of Risk||138,000 rupees|
|Customer service manager||130,000 rupees|
|commercial project manager||118 000 lakron|
|broker||89 800 rupees|
|Corporate Affairs Director||131,000 rupees|
|Corporate Compliance Director||136 000 lakron|
|company director||143,000 rupees|
|company representative||97 800 rupees|
|Employee Corporate Partnerships||96,400 rupees|
|regional manager||157 000 Lacron|
|adjunct-director||148 000 lakron|
|Director||155 000 Lacron|
|Review director||140,000 rupees|
|Food and Beverage Director||126 000 lakron|
|Director of Customer Service||139 000 lakron|
|Facilities Management Director||116 000 Lacron|
|Director of Process Simplification||105 000 lakron|
|Director of project management||142,000 rupees|
|Director of Revenue Management||124.000 lakron|
|Director of Training and Development||137 000 lakron|
|Distribution manager||147,000 rupees|
|branch manager||123,000 rupees|
|manager||116 000 Lacron|
|engagement manager||149 000 Lacron|
|executive director||213,000 rupees|
|executive administrator||163,000 rupees|
|franchise manager||171,000 rupees|
|main responsible||169,000 rupees|
|Global Master Data Manager||149 000 Lacron|
|mediocre office manager||131,000 rupees|
|Project Manager||136 000 lakron|
|Sustainability manager||117 000 lakron|
|house manager||107 000 Lacron|
|Manager Health and Safety||119 000 lakron|
|Key account manager||121.000 lakron|
|knowledge manager||130,000 rupees|
|location manager||127 000 Lacron|
|logistics manager||111 000 lakron|
|management consultant||115 000 lakron|
|director||175 000 Lacron|
|Director Management Information Systems||140,000 rupees|
|Manager Maritime Services||150,000 rupees|
|Operational assistant||102 000 Lacron|
|operations manager||155 000 Lacron|
|operational manager||130,000 rupees|
|Director of Policy Management||118 000 lakron|
|private sector director||120,000 rupees|
|product developer manager||141,000 rupees|
|Product Director||127 000 Lacron|
|product manager||134,000 rupees|
|product manager||138,000 rupees|
|production manager||124.000 lakron|
|Project Manager||144,000 rupees|
|Project coordinator||104 000 Lacron|
|Project Control Manager||150,000 rupees|
|Project coordinator||85 800 rupees|
|project management employee||97 000 Lacron|
|Project Manager||100,000 rupees|
|Portfolio manager||110,000 rupees|
|quality manager||108 000 lakron|
|R&D Director||123,000 rupees|
|Regional Director||185,000 rupees|
|Regional Manager||139 000 lakron|
|relationship manager||134,000 rupees|
|business district manager||99 800 rupees|
|revenue manager||111 000 lakron|
|Risk and capital manager||162,000 rupees|
|risk officer||108 000 lakron|
|security manager||110,000 rupees|
|department head||105 000 lakron|
|service Manager||114,000 rupees|
|Supervisor on duty||82 700 rupees|
|solution manager||96 200 rupees|
|manager||83 700 rupees|
|chain director||145 000 Lacron|
|inspector||99 800 rupees|
|technical manager||139 000 lakron|
|regional manager||132,000 rupees|
|authentication manager||118 000 lakron|
|Deputy Director||165,000 rupees|
|regional manager||143,000 rupees|
Executive and Executive Jobs Salary and Salary Scale in Sri Lanka
Salary structure and salary scale comparison
108,000 rupees or more
91 700 to 108 000 rupees
Rs 55.000 of minder
55 000 dead 91 700 LKR
40 100 rupees
to the media
Median salary, highest and lowest wages, minimum wages, starting salaries and salary ranges
Salary ranges, minimum wages and starting salaries
Salaries for executives and administrators in Sri Lanka range from LKR 40,100 per month (average starting salary) to LKR 200,000 per month (highest average salary, actual maximum is higher).This is not the legal minimum wage, but the lowest figure recorded in a salary survey involving thousands of participants and professionals from around the country.
The average salary is LKR 114,000 per month, which means that half (50%) of those employed in managerial and managerial positions earn less than LKR 114,000 and the other half earn more than LKR 114,000. The median represents the average salary value. In general, you want the group on the right side of the chart to earn more than the median salary.
Percentages and salary scales
Two values are closely related to the median: the 25th and 75th percentile. The salary distribution table shows that 25% of executives and management positions earn less than 85,700 yuan and 75% of them earn more than 85,700 yuan. Also, the chart shows that 75% of people in administrative and management positions earn less than Rs 135,000 while 25% earn more than Rs 135,000.
salary scale structure
We've grouped the most common and recurring salaries in brackets to give you a better idea of what to expect. This method is more accurate than average salaries and can give you more insight into the actual salary distribution. About 65% of all reported figures were between Rs 55,000 and Rs 91,700. About 20% below the limit of LKR 55,000. Ten percent salaries range from Rs 91,700 to Rs 108,000. Only 5% earned Rs 108,000 or more.
Years of experience Salary comparison
How does someone's salary change over time?
Level of experience is the most important factor in determining salary. Of course, the more experience, the higher the salary.
In general, employees with two to five years of work experience earn an average of 32% more than entry-level and junior employees across all industries and disciplines.
Professionals with five years or more of work experience earn an average of 36 percent more than those with five years or less.
Salary depends on experiencecompletely differentfrom one place to anotherstrongly depending onAlso in the career field. The data shown here is a composite average of many different tasks. Select a specific position to see the exact details.
After 10 years, the salary was increased by 21% and those over 15 received a 14% increase.
These figures are for reference only. These numbers become even more important if you look at one position at a time.
“When someone has more than 10 years* of work experience, his salary is on average twice the starting salary.”
*Based on average salary over time. Salary differences vary from person to person.
Compare salaries by degree
How does the level of education affect your salary?
It makes sense that higher education and higher wages, but how much can a degree increase your income? We compared the salaries of specialists at the same level but with different degrees in a number of positions and here are our findings.
Salary changes depending on educationcompletely differentfrom one place to anotherstrongly depending onAlso in the career field. The data shown here is a cumulative average of multiple tasks. Select a specific position to see the exact details.
Employees with a certificate or diploma earn an average of 17 percent more than their peers with only a high school education.
Employees with a bachelor's degree earn 24% more than employees with only a certificate or diploma.
Professionals with a master's degree earn 29 percent more than people with a bachelor's degree.
Finally, those with a doctorate earned an average of 23 percent more than those with a master's degree for the same job.
Is a master's or MBA degree worth it? Is higher education worth it?
Master's degree or a postgraduate degreeSri Lankacosts everywhere449 000Sri Lankan rupee to1 350 000The Sri Lankan rupee lasts about two years. This is no small investment.
You cannot expect a salary increase during your studies, assuming you are already working. In most cases, salary reviews are performed after completing training and obtaining a degree.
Many people use higher education as a strategy to move into higher paying jobs. The numbers seem to support this strategy. The average salary increase when changing jobs is about 10% higher than the usual salary increase.
This decision really depends on your situation and experience, among many other factors. All variables aside, if you can afford higher education, the return on investment is well worth it. You should be able to recoup your costs in about a year.
Salary and compensation by gender - Implementation and management
While gender shouldn't affect wages, it does. So who earns more: men or women? In Sri Lanka, male employees in administrative and management positions earn on average 17% more than their female colleagues.
112 000 lakron
Percent increase or decrease refers to the previous value
Salary comparison by gender for all occupations in Sri Lanka
Percentage increase in the average annual salary of executives and executives in Sri Lanka
What is the annual salary increase for executives and management professionals in Sri Lanka? How often are employees trained?
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Salaries for administrative and management professionals in Sri Lanka are likely to increase by about 12% every 14 months. The national average annual growth rate for all occupations combined is 9%, awarded to employees every 17 months.
The numbers given here are averages. These figures should be regarded as general guidelines. Salary increases vary from person to person and depend on many factors, but your performance and contribution to the success of the organization remain the most important factors in determining how much and how often you can get a raise.
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deadline"Annual salary increase"Usually this refers to increases within 12 calendar months, but since people rarely review their salary in exactly one year, it makes more sense to know how often and at what rate increases occur.
How do you calculate the percentage wage increase?
You can easily calculate the annual salary increase for a calendar year (12 months) as follows:Annual salary increase = increase x 12 ÷ frequency increase
“The average salary increase per year (12 months) in Sri Lanka is6%.”
Annual growth rate by industry in 2022
Above are the average annual growth rates for various industries in Sri Lanka through 2022. Companies in booming sectors tend to offer higher and more frequent raises. There are exceptions, but in general the situation of each company is closely related to the economic situation of the country or region in which it is located. These numbers change regularly.
Global wage growth: all countries and all jobs
Compensation Packages and Programs
Not all increases are directly reflected in your salary. Some companies offer employees better deals than cash. The figures provided only include direct increases in base salary.
Executive and Leadership Bonuses and Incentive Rates in Sri Lanka
How often and how much are bonuses paid out?
Execution and Managementconsidered an AHighBonus based fields. Those who earn the top prizes are usually involved in the monetization cycle in some way.
20%Respondents in Executive and Management said they had not received any bonuses or incentives in the previous year80%Indicates that they received at least one form of cash bonus.
Those who received bonuses reported from5%Doing9%your annual salary.
Types of Bonuses Considered
individual performance bonus
The most standard form of bonus, employees are rewarded based on their outstanding performance.
Company performance bonus
Sometimes companies like to celebrate excess income and profits with their employees in the form of bonuses that are sent to everyone. Bonus amounts may vary from person to person depending on their role in the organization.
Earn rewards when important goals or milestones are achieved.
These types of bonuses are free and often resemble approval chips.
Bonuses are not commissions!
People often confuse bonuses with commissions. Commissions are predetermined rates at which someone is paid for selling an item or completing a transaction, while bonuses are usually random and unplanned.
What makes this position worthy of a generous bonus and high salary?
Two main types of work
|Source of income||Supporting role|
An employee who is directly involved in generating revenue or profit for the organization. Their specialization usually corresponds to the type of business they run.
Employees who support and facilitate the work of income generators. Their expertise is often separate from the company's core activities.
Income makers tend to earn higher bonuses, higher salaries and more frequent pay raises. The reason is simple: it is easier to monetize your value to the company when you are involved in monetization.
“Try to work for a company where your skills can generate income. Not all of us can generate income, and that's okay.”
Comparison of seniority bonus
Top management and senior employees, of course, show higher rates and bonus frequencies than junior employees. This is very predictable due to the inherent responsibility of moving up the hierarchy. Those at the top of the pyramid can easily double or triple the bonus percentage of those at the bottom of the pyramid.
Executive en Executive Compensation Prognoses en trends in Sri Lanka
How has executive and executive compensation changed over time? The graph below shows the average salaries in recent years.
|Average salary in 2019|
105 000 lakron
|Average salary in 2020||+4%|
109 000 Lacron
|Average salary 2021||+4%|
|Average salary in 2022||+4%|
117 000 lakron
Percent increase or decrease refers to the previous value
Salaries of directors and executives in Sri Lanka increased in 2023 according to recently filed salaries and reports. As you can see in the chart, wages will be 4% higher in 2022 than in 2021. This trend points to slow but steady wage growth in 2024 and beyond. These figures may vary by industry.
Average hourly wage for executives and executives in Sri Lanka
Average hourly wage (wage per hour) inSri LankaAnd700LKRThis means that the average resident of Sri Lanka earns about SEK 700 per hour worked.
Hourly wage = annual salary ÷ (52×5×8)
About hourly wages
The hourly rate is the wage paid for each hour worked. In general, jobs fall into two categories: salaried jobs and hourly jobs. Paid jobs pay a fixed amount regardless of hours worked. Hourly workers paid by the hour. The above formula is used to convert salary to an hourly rate (assuming a 5-day work week, 8-hour days, which is standard for most professions). The calculation of the hourly rate may vary slightly depending on the number of hours worked per week and annual holiday allowances. The numbers listed above are good approximations and are considered standard. One of the main differences between salaried and hourly employees is the right to overtime. Unlike hourly wage earners, salaried employees are generally exempt from overtime.
What is the minimum hourly wage?
In Sri Lanka, the minimum hourly wage for a person is 230 rupees. This is the minimum wage derived from data collected in salary surveys, not the legally required minimum hourly wage.
Leadership and management versus other jobs
89 800 rupees
Execution and Management
The average salary for management and management positions is 35% higher than for all occupations.
Salary comparison by city
Salary comparison between the government and the private sector
Where can you earn more income by working for a private company or the government? Public sector workers in Sri Lanka earn an average of 8% more than their private sector counterparts across all sectors.
92 500 rupees
Percent increase or decrease refers to the previous value
Salary statistics and calculation guide
What would be a good and competitive salary for executives and executives in Sri Lanka?
Good and competitive salary between LKR 114,000 and LKR 135,000. This is a very rough estimate and your experience and education will play a very important role in your final income.
Gross pay (before tax) and net pay (after tax)
All wages and salary amounts shown here are gross, ie wages before deduction of taxes. Since taxes vary by industry and location, it can be difficult to accurately calculate the after-tax net salt for each occupation.
The base salary for executives and executives in Sri Lanka ranges between Rs 85,700 and Rs 135,000. Base salary depends on many factors, including experience and education. It's not easy to come up with a number with very little information, so take the range with a grain of salt.
What is the difference between Average Salary and Median Salary?
Both are pointers. If your salary is above the average and the median, then you are doing well. If your salary is less than both, it means that many people earn more than you and have a lot of work to do. Things get a little more complicated if your salary falls between the average and the median. We've written a guide explaining all the different scenarios.how to compare your salaries
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