Hiring HR Manager in Iran
Your mission is to develop our activities in Iran. Indeed working closely with the Country Manager, you will aid him to consolidate the rapidly growing organization in Iran. For this, you have to recruit all the commercial team working closely with company management.
Desired Skills and Experience
• You have earned an advanced degree in a multicultural environment and you have 5 years of successful experience in a similar function.
• You have a clear perception of business. You are results oriented and are able to think "out of the box." Your curiosity and proactivity set you apart.
• Fluent language is mandatory, as well as French or English.
• the company will provide assistance to obtain visa or work permit.
Apply via http://karpirajobs.com/backjs/display-job/274/HR-Manager-in-Iran.html?searchId=1463668303.89&page=8
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Seeking help advice.
I am PR.
Due to significant rising rental cost in Singapore, I am weighing option to work outside Singapore >183 days - which fall under non-resident tax.
My company is allow us to work from home all this time and employees are rarely to go to office.
I don't really want to inform my manager/ company that I am not residing in Singapore, as nowadays lots of companies are firing people due to high cost and prefer to hire employee in lower cost countries.
1. What if company don't know I am residing outside Singapore?
2. Will company is the one that report I am residing outside Singapore or individual to report self declare?
3. Is company and IRS talk to each other? i.e. company declare i am residing in Singapore all these times, but im not. Will IRS revert back and correct it?
Thank you for the advice, and kindly please no judgement here.
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As i know it's 'open' to people who studied here and as a PR for at least 1 year.
I have also heard cases where people tried to apply first, and by the time any ICA officer pick up your profile for approval, you would have fulfilled the 2 years requirement.
BUT imo it's best to apply when you are truly eligible to reduce any risk.
Hello all, my wife's PR application has just been approved, and we are going to ICA to complete the formalities soon... For those who have done this before, what kind of questions do they usually ask?
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