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Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134384)
As former ST employee, I do admit it's quite slack like a "SAF retirement home". Don't blame employees, blame the culture that inculcates the behavior in the first place.

Retirement home good meh?

If so good, you also won't be former ST employee loh. Btw which company u join now? Is it better out there? I see alot of people who left ST came back and rejoin ST few years later..

Kinda embarassing.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134388)
Retirement home good meh?

If so good, you also won't be former ST employee loh. Btw which company u join now? Is it better out there? I see alot of people who left ST came back and rejoin ST few years later..

Kinda embarassing.

I joined Accenture for higher pay. Workload is more since its consulting, but it's better than wasting my life away like those retired enciks. Those who return to ST usually can't adapt to fast pace outside as they think everywhere can sit in office, talk cock and collect salary.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134390)
I joined Accenture for higher pay. Workload is more since its consulting, but it's better than wasting my life away like those retired enciks. Those who return to ST usually can't adapt to fast pace outside as they think everywhere can sit in office, talk cock and collect salary.

How much you getting now?

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134390)
I joined Accenture for higher pay. Workload is more since its consulting, but it's better than wasting my life away like those retired enciks. Those who return to ST usually can't adapt to fast pace outside as they think everywhere can sit in office, talk cock and collect salary.

The important thing is to take on a non-stressful job, collect salary, save and invest aggressively. Earn high passive income, retire early.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134390)
I joined Accenture for higher pay. Workload is more since its consulting, but it's better than wasting my life away like those retired enciks. Those who return to ST usually can't adapt to fast pace outside as they think everywhere can sit in office, talk cock and collect salary.

I wasted 8 years in this company, thinking of going outside. currently M1 been stuck in this title for 4 years with no progression.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134397)
I wasted 8 years in this company, thinking of going outside. currently M1 been stuck in this title for 4 years with no progression.

8 years is too long, usually people move on after 4/5 years.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134395)
How much you getting now?

Mid 6k, 30 y/o. Was in ST for 4 years. If I stayed on in ST, now perhaps only 5k.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134402)
Mid 6k, 30 y/o. Was in ST for 4 years. If I stayed on in ST, now perhaps only 5k.

Why doesn’t ST follow pay structure of CS more closely?

Unregistered 17-05-2020 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134403)
Why doesn’t ST follow pay structure of CS more closely?

Because they are GLC and SI (system integrator). Similar to NCS, pay peanuts get monkeys.

Unregistered 17-05-2020 03:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 134263)
And M1 you got 18 annual leaves.

You want to compare that to 4.8k new scheme vs your 5.7k
15 days annual leave vs 18 days.

This is exactly the nonsense perm staff attitude I'm talking about.

would gladly take 5.7k with 16 days leave rather than 4.8k with 18 days leave. the 2 day leave difference just take mc


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