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Old 03-11-2020, 06:59 PM
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Well, I think in good or bad times this industry is always hiring! Furthermore, comparing to other industries, I also don't think they will do a pay cut or ask the staff to go on furlough...

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Hi, does anyone know whether there will be a pay increment if you hop from one healthcare institute to another eg,

Different cluster: Singhealth to nuhs,
Same cluster but different institute: Singhealth (seng kang) to singhealth (sgh)

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10 years ago there's still 5% max increment. I think now no more. Not sure if this apply to a higher position in the new hospital.

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Well, I think in good or bad times this industry is always hiring! Furthermore, comparing to other industries, I also don't think they will do a pay cut or ask the staff to go on furlough...
They are hiring but there will be more competition as there's a lot of candidate from other industry pouring in as well. So job market will be equally tight. Unless you are a nurse or doctor.
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Well, I've been working for almost 5 years in public health care, and I can certainly say that the effort doesn't deserve that money. Moreover, the funny thing is that, it must be 10 years to move forward to the next promotion. For me, it's a lifetime. Anyway, I think that the private sector is more reliable. Recently, I've moved to a company that provides special equipment dedicated to cleaning and decontamination like these ones im-med.com. This domain has become more popular during this pandemic, and thanks to the large number of sales I managed to advance in a short period of time. Anyway, I guess I made the right choice!
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Well, I've been working for almost 5 years in public health care, and I can certainly say that the effort doesn't deserve that money. Moreover, the funny thing is that, it must be 10 years to move forward to the next promotion. For me, it's a lifetime. Anyway, I think that the private sector is more reliable. Recently, I've moved to a company that provides special equipment dedicated to cleaning and decontamination like these ones im-med.com. This domain has become more popular during this pandemic, and thanks to the large number of sales I managed to advance in a short period of time. Anyway, I guess I made the right choice!
This field provides a lot of opportunities. Can you tell me some more information about this company? Let's talk in PM.
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10 years ago there's still 5% max increment. I think now no more. Not sure if this apply to a higher position in the new hospital.
I can confirm there is no pay increment if you are hopping to another institution, if the job grade remains the same. HR will only match your last drawn, this is an unspoken rule among the various healthcare clusters. No pay increment to prevent healthcare workers from job hopping every 2, 3 years.

The only pay increment we get is the pathetic $100 plus we get every year, if you are lucky to get promoted, you will be awarded a $200 plus increment, or so I heard. Mind you, promotion takes ages. I have been working for 6 years and I can't even smell promotion...

Plus the high stress we faced at work every day.. Honestly it's not worth it for the pay that we are getting.
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Pay increment is out.. 3 to 7% for allied health.. Lol what a joke.. Might as well don't give..
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ok dont take, pls give to others
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damm. Reading through the posts, this is disappointing. I will be joining the public healthcare sector in months time as a physiotherapist. Bonded for 6 years somemore.
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