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Old 27-03-2020, 11:52 PM
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full time rescind for back office roles
F**k ocbc. Shitty company.

Best is to never step foot into this place.

Lousy bosses lousy HR lousy senior management

Outdated systems and processes.

No welfare or recognition. Joined as a Young Banker back in 2014 and chose OCBC over StanChart because SCB wasn't doing very well (go google). Totally regret now.

Progression is slow compared to my peers who stayed in SCB earning 50% more base salary + higher bonuses, better welfare and better perks.

Wish I could turn back time. Fate is cruel sometimes. Think twice or thrice before making an important decision my fellow juniors.

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F**k ocbc. Shitty company.

Best is to never step foot into this place.

Lousy bosses lousy HR lousy senior management

Outdated systems and processes.

No welfare or recognition. Joined as a Young Banker back in 2014 and chose OCBC over StanChart because SCB wasn't doing very well (go google). Totally regret now.

Progression is slow compared to my peers who stayed in SCB earning 50% more base salary + higher bonuses, better welfare and better perks.

Wish I could turn back time. Fate is cruel sometimes. Think twice or thrice before making an important decision my fellow juniors.
why havent u left after 6 years then? Isit difficult to move to another local/foreign bank?

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F**k ocbc. Shitty company.

Best is to never step foot into this place.

Lousy bosses lousy HR lousy senior management

Outdated systems and processes.

No welfare or recognition. Joined as a Young Banker back in 2014 and chose OCBC over StanChart because SCB wasn't doing very well (go google). Totally regret now.

Progression is slow compared to my peers who stayed in SCB earning 50% more base salary + higher bonuses, better welfare and better perks.

Wish I could turn back time. Fate is cruel sometimes. Think twice or thrice before making an important decision my fellow juniors.
yeaaa if u are THAT unhappy, why dont leave?

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yeaaa if u are THAT unhappy, why dont leave?
ocbc rejects have nowhere else to go LMAO
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Old 30-03-2020, 11:25 AM
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lmao is true as a contract staff we are disposable af
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Old 30-03-2020, 11:40 AM
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Is the grad programme considered a contract job?
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Is the grad programme considered a contract job?
some companies have a 5-10 year career trajectory, but not ocbc.

after 2 years if your rotational bosses don't like you, you can get terminated at the end of the programme
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some companies have a 5-10 year career trajectory, but not ocbc.

after 2 years if your rotational bosses don't like you, you can get terminated at the end of the programme
ok thanks!
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anyone knows what is the annual salary increment range during the 2 year programme? And bonus?

In the past, the 1-year grad programme increment was between 15-20% and bonus was around 2mths?
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anyone knows what is the annual salary increment range during the 2 year programme? And bonus?

In the past, the 1-year grad programme increment was between 15-20% and bonus was around 2mths?
no increment during programme
20% increment 6 months after graduating from the programme
graduation bonus of 3 months (subject to staying 1 year after programme)
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