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Old 01-06-2020, 11:21 AM
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waiting for the naysayers to insist that there is a paycut in June. *Yawnz*

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Check my pac gov oledi..yeah got my increment..😍

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Old 01-06-2020, 12:02 PM
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Check my pac gov oledi..yeah got my increment..😍
MI is based on work done for last yr.. pay cut will be for this year due to economic situation.. dont mix both together..duhz

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Beginning to enjoy the way you argue against a fact. There is indeed good entertainment value. Thank u. Go on, please go on. haha.

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Old 01-06-2020, 01:37 PM
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Wait for announcements sometime in June to take effect for pay in July.
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OCBC had also in May lowered the minimum salary requirement to qualify for the 360 account's salary bonus interest to $1,800, from $2,000 previously. Half of the new accounts opened in May will now be able to earn the salary bonus interest, especially customers who are just entering the workforce, said OCBC head of deposits Gregory Cher in a statement.

Based on above stmt by OCBC, it suggests that for half of the new deposit accounts opened with them in May, the salary ranges from $2250 - $2500. I think it should consist mostly of poly grads/ private uni grads? Would be terrible if this is fresh grad local uni grad pay, as I think this was the fresh grad pay like abt 15 years ago?
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Wait for announcements sometime in June to take effect for pay in July.
Another bloody idiot here.

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National Wages Council recommends lower MVC or 10% of basic pay, if cuts needed
CHUANG PECK MING

MAR 30, 2020 02:00 PM

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Keyword "recommends" and "if". Its not mandatory u piece of crap.
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Another bloody idiot here.

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National Wages Council recommends lower MVC or 10% of basic pay, if cuts needed
CHUANG PECK MING

MAR 30, 2020 02:00 PM

From business times


Keyword "recommends" and "if". Its not mandatory u piece of crap.
Then you really dun know how to read between the lines. Once psd has announced mvc cut, pricate sectors can follow suit..
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OCBC had also in May lowered the minimum salary requirement to qualify for the 360 account's salary bonus interest to $1,800, from $2,000 previously. Half of the new accounts opened in May will now be able to earn the salary bonus interest, especially customers who are just entering the workforce, said OCBC head of deposits Gregory Cher in a statement.

Based on above stmt by OCBC, it suggests that for half of the new deposit accounts opened with them in May, the salary ranges from $2250 - $2500. I think it should consist mostly of poly grads/ private uni grads? Would be terrible if this is fresh grad local uni grad pay, as I think this was the fresh grad pay like abt 15 years ago?
Fresh grad no jobs. Now gov introduce traineeship which will pay uni grads $1800 up to $2500 a month for 1 year. No guarantee of job at the end of it. 80% borned by gov.

Times are bad
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Then you really dun know how to read between the lines. Once psd has announced mvc cut, pricate sectors can follow suit..
Your father is the head of civil service?
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MI is based on work done for last yr.. pay cut will be for this year due to economic situation.. dont mix both together..duhz

Haha..ok whatever makes u happy boi..
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