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Old 27-04-2016, 12:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
From the posts in another thread, it seems that increment of $200 to $300 in the civil service is common. For a junior officer earning say $4000, this would translate to 5% to about 7% MI. Is it fair to say that this is the norm for the more junior officers, and that 3-5% MI are more the norm for those on higher pay scales or nearing the max of their salary scale?
Junior officers tend to get 350+/- for average performance. That works out to 8-10% excluding promotion. Promotion is usually another 500+/- on top.

As for senior officers close to maximum, it works out to 5%+/- assuming no economic crisis.

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