2015-02-07

[Instiz] Do you have what it takes to work at YG Entertainment?



Areas Recruiting
1) Business Management Team 
Responsibilities: Business review and hiring, long term strategy planning, overseas market and trend analysis, in-house consultation
Requirements: 1 year experience, fluent in English, interest and passion in entertainment, high understanding of culture and possesses excellent analytical skills, excellent interpersonal relationships and communication skills

2) Brand Planning
Responsibilities: Artists project related business, planning and execution of project promotion, artist branding and establishing communication strategies
Requirements: Preference to those with experience in marketing and/or relevant business area, excellent understanding of entertainment industry, creative, fluent in a foreign language (English, Japanese, Chinese), flexible thinking, great adaptability 

3) Chinese Relations Team
Responsibilities: Support on-site events, marketing relations, general Chinese relations business, translator and interpreter, other business support
Requirements: Assertive yet well-versed communication skill, fluent in English and/or Chinese, preferred experience in a relevant business field, great decision-making



Admission Process
New Recruits 
Round 1 (Screening Test) > Round 2 (Interview with Business Executives Team) > Round 3 (Aptitude Examination) > Round 4 (Final Interview with President CEO) > Recruitment Screening > Successful Candidate 

Interns
Screening Test > Interview with Business Executives Team > Successful Candidate


Male Workers
Full time: 68, Contract Workers: 4, Total: 72
Average length of service: 3.4 years
Estimated Annual Salary: ~$23,959 USD

Female Workers
Full time: 55, Contract Workers: 11, Total: 66
Average length of service: 2.5 years
Estimated Annual Salary: ~$19,498 USD

According to 2012 12 31 data

Source: Instiz

[1] "They've really expanded since then.  They now have over 300 workers, I believe"

[2] "A meeting with the president in the fourth round...?  I'd like to have a chance at that and slap him with kimchi."

[3] "I heard it's really tough in the entertainment business.  The wages are so low."

[4] "And again, the difference in salaries between the men and women"

[5] "I just want to work as a YG cafeteria ahjumma"

[6] "Who Is The Next Worker"

[7] "The salary is so small for the qualifications you require."

[8] "Oh so I guess they have plans to advance in the Chinese market...?"

[9] "For those qualifications and that kind of pay... the people who choose that career must be people who don't look at the pay as much but really have a passion for that field."

[10] "If you work hard at a part-time job, you can get that much too."

[11] "What I'm more curious about is where people get this sort of information? I get curious every time I see them."

[12] "'Fluent in another language...'  I've already failed."

[13] "YG, can you hire people who will do good work, please?"

[14] "I'll just stick to being a fan... let's keep some space between us, kids."

[15] "I want to be a cafeteria lady there so I can give Junhoe a lot of meat"

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41 comments :

KpopMusicLover said...

The difference between the male and female pay :-/

squalay said...

"And again, the difference in salaries between the men and women"



quite sad tbh :(

엿먹어 said...

[2] "A meeting with the president in the fourth round...? I'd like to have a chance at that and slap him with kimchi."

http://cdn.firstwefeast.com/assets/2014/07/kimchi.gif


No, jk, but I would most definitely rant about the poor management. Though it's not *all* his fault but still ugh

TOP said...

so what does it takes to be a yg cafeteria lady

Tobias Eaton said...

"A meeting with the president in the fourth round...? I'd like to have a chance at that and slap him with kimchi."

LMAOOO OMG but why

TOP said...

[2] "A meeting with the president in the fourth round...? I'd like to have a chance at that and slap him with kimchi."

LMAO and please give him a watch won't you

하핳 said...

[15] "I want to be a cafeteria lady there so I can give Junhoe a lot of meat"



dreaming big #goals

princekyung said...

In the first pic does it say the president is Yang Min Suk? Is that his brother?

hannaxxy said...

[5] "I just want to work as a YG cafeteria ahjumma"

honestly, but they'd probably make me go through a survival knowing YG

poong said...

"I want to be a cafeteria lady there so I can give Junhoe a lot of meat" lol yasss

Chunny said...

[15] "I want to be a cafeteria lady there so I can give Junhoe a lot of meat"


I LOVE YOUR COMMENT
I LOVE YOUR COMMENT
JUNHOE WILL LOVE ME(AT) SO MUCH IF I AM THE CAFETARIA LADY
I CAN GIVE HIM EXTRA DESSERT TOO

Mr. Kanji said...

What's more sad is YG ent is prob not the only company that has a wage gap like that in Korea or even other countries... it's so sad.

Riyadh Prawiryo Att said...

"Who Is The Next Worker"

LAUGH

Ri said...

Why can't they just hire fangirls

Paloma Cavazos said...

Um heck no! They get paid like minimum wage workers but have super high requirements.

doll said...

I think I fit with Business Management Team posting.. haha But the salary is too little for me to survive especially in comparison to US' salary..

Astoooi said...

Yup. He contribute a lot for Winner, so the boys always mention him in their speech :)

Pastel said...

I think I will be happy if I get hired as cleaning lady there lol I will purposely make the dance studio dirty then I have excuses to stay longer while my boys (and girls) are practicing. But then I might get fired lol

baka-ssi said...

The real question is- what does it take to become a stylist/coordi noona???

Swaggieee said...

Can i be cordi noona, i can weap winner members sweat 😜😜😜😜

psychopathetic said...

Urgh why the low pay for women... it's so common worldwide too. It's really unfair

ouyg said...

[15] "I want to be a cafeteria lady there so I can give Junhoe a lot of meat"

dream job

uhhhhhhhh said...

i wonder if that has to do with the types of jobs they're in, like if less women are promoted to higher positions in management, rather than it being something like less pay at an equal position. because that's a different problem...

anne said...

[2] "A meeting with the president in the fourth round...? I'd like to have a chance at that and slap him with kimchi."

https://31.media.tumblr.com/2026ce513ff5c6797c9ef93263fa57ce/tumblr_inline_mxiv9wDmTZ1rlonmr.gif

vividcolors said...

why is their salary so low despite the requirements tho? ._.

jin said...

[15] "I want to be a cafeteria lady there so I can give Junhoe a lot of meat"

lol this is cute

Nova_REMIX said...

The wages suck. I hope that's raised.

vee vee said...

The wage gap between men and women :(
It may be down to the distribution of jobs between the gender, i.e. there may be more men in higher ranking jobs but even then thats a problem because its uneven/unequal. But I'm sure its not intentional, its just sad to see.

Hallie said...

OR FEED HIM
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B8I9ElICAAAadHC.jpg:large

Kari :P said...

[9] "For those qualifications and that kind of pay... the people who choose that career must be people who don't look at the pay as much but really have a passion for that field

Thats honestly better that worrying about salary...They might get paid almost as much as a hardehardworking part time but THEY LOVE what they do and u can see it in the creative marketing skill they come up with for every artist... if the company does well im sure YG won't look past that and they gain something out of it. That's why the people that work there seem to enjoy it regardless of pay

Riririr said...

Actually the same job can have different salaries, depending on the demand of the applicants (and the gender).
Example:
Business executive:
- A woman walks in and demand $5,000 salary. The impressions will usually be "Ridiculous. Not even sure she can bring in that much profit".
- A man walks in and demand the same $5,000 salary. The impression: "You are just what we are looking for".
See the sexism?

Jenizz | pinkcrown said...

[4] "And again, the difference in salaries between the men and women"

/sighs/

guest said...

Well not where I'm from. It's pretty much equal here in most aspects. I use to hate being born in my country but getting to know other cultures made me appreciate it more.

normg said...

but there's a different in the full time about 13 hours , so it makes sense.

normg said...

Full time: 68 for Male Workers
Full time: 55 for Female Workers

Chunny said...

With pleasure TTT.TTT

psychopathetic said...

I have no desire working there even if it means I can probably hang out with Bigbang lol. It's because after being a fan for too long I just refuse to see them in real life almost any day of the week, unless concerts.

yglover said...

[9] "For those qualifications and that kind of pay... the people who choose that career must be people who don't look at the pay as much but really have a passion for that field."

my dream job is to be Winner or iKON's English teacher... don't care bout salary... as long as I'm with them T^T

Amanda Rachel said...

I'm beyond shocked. YG is a big company but the annual salary is super hella cheap compared to the requirements. I better work in another big companies.

uhhhhhhhh said...

i see the sexism in that situation, but i wonder if that's what is actually happening as opposed to what i'm suggesting, that the woman in that situation doesn't even given the job opportunity in the first place.

jasmine said...

i want to work at YG! :((( GD <33

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