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Old 22-01-2024, 06:53 PM
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this is rly helpful! thank you!! any idea if during the one year contract period, whether performance bonus or merit increment will be affected shld i go on maternity leave for 16 weeks?
Imagine you are the boss...1 employee just came in and only on 1 year contract...then not around for 4 months...basically only around for 8 months as a newbie

If the boss is kind, you'll probably get the lowest band of the average grade, which means minimal increment. May decide not to renew your contract after 1 year

If the boss is not so nice, you'll get a below average grade, which means the lowest increment. Definitely won't renew your contract.

Pray for a good boss I guess? Public sector advocate for people to give birth and all, but any superior can use other reasons to render you unnecessary if you don't hit KPI or produce results (regardless of whether its directly or indirectly due to your maternity leave).

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Imagine you are the boss...1 employee just came in and only on 1 year contract...then not around for 4 months...basically only around for 8 months as a newbie

If the boss is kind, you'll probably get the lowest band of the average grade, which means minimal increment. May decide not to renew your contract after 1 year

If the boss is not so nice, you'll get a below average grade, which means the lowest increment. Definitely won't renew your contract.

Pray for a good boss I guess? Public sector advocate for people to give birth and all, but any superior can use other reasons to render you unnecessary if you don't hit KPI or produce results (regardless of whether its directly or indirectly due to your maternity leave).
Thanks very much for the insights!! Agree with the scenarios you have listed and can only hope for the best! I was offered the role when I was already pregnant so they were actually aware of my situation beforehand but still decided to proceed with the one year contract. But Iím fine either way cause Iím also not sure if I want to stay in govt sector or go back to private. However, if they do not want to renew my contract, would I still receive any PB in March (assuming the grade I receive does have some PB under normal circumstances)? Or would I not be graded at all since they are not intending to renew?

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Imagine you are the boss...1 employee just came in and only on 1 year contract...then not around for 4 months...basically only around for 8 months as a newbie

If the boss is kind, you'll probably get the lowest band of the average grade, which means minimal increment. May decide not to renew your contract after 1 year

If the boss is not so nice, you'll get a below average grade, which means the lowest increment. Definitely won't renew your contract.

Pray for a good boss I guess? Public sector advocate for people to give birth and all, but any superior can use other reasons to render you unnecessary if you don't hit KPI or produce results (regardless of whether its directly or indirectly due to your maternity leave).
thanks for the insights!! agree with the scenarios you have listed although they do know of my pregnancy when offering me the role. Should they not want to renew my contract, would I still get any PB (assuming my performance is actly decent during the months where iím working)?



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When is performance bonus is credited to salary?
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When is performance bonus is credited to salary?
In last week of March
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Imagine you are the boss...1 employee just came in and only on 1 year contract...then not around for 4 months...basically only around for 8 months as a newbie

If the boss is kind, you'll probably get the lowest band of the average grade, which means minimal increment. May decide not to renew your contract after 1 year

If the boss is not so nice, you'll get a below average grade, which means the lowest increment. Definitely won't renew your contract.

Pray for a good boss I guess? Public sector advocate for people to give birth and all, but any superior can use other reasons to render you unnecessary if you don't hit KPI or produce results (regardless of whether its directly or indirectly due to your maternity leave).
what is consider below average grade? and how much PB and merit increment will there be?
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what is consider below average grade? and how much PB and merit increment will there be?
Anything below C is below average. PB and merit increment will depend on the grade
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Anything below C is below average. PB and merit increment will depend on the grade
if C- how many months PB and how many % merit increment?
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if C- how many months PB and how many % merit increment?
Should be 1.1 to 1.5 months
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Hi, I will be confirmed next month. Can check what's the usual increment bonus like for mx12, and if I can get the pro-rated annual increment in Apr too? Thank you
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