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Unregistered 05-04-2016 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 82829)
It's still considered reasonable. Say freshie cep is mx10. It means two promotions (not counting 11a) over 38years. 8 years to reach 11...not bad

You would have to count mx11a as one of the promotional grades.

Almost all university graduates enter at mx13 if you are saying they are fresh out. So that's four promotions required to reach mx10 within 37 years.

Unregistered 05-04-2016 08:45 PM

Even if so, mx13 to 12 is auto one year timeline

Unregisteredi 05-04-2016 09:59 PM

So, 36yrs - (minus MX13 to MX12) - 3 promos. Say, 52yo promoted last time(even this is a "liberal" estimate), after 8 yrs promoted to MX11. Naturally take longer time to be promoted to 11a, and even longer interval to 10. In terms of increment sum and reaching salary bar early,it isn't a good thing to be promoted overly early. Which happened to many MX11a officers now. Possibility of no increment once reach bar, until promotion. Can be demotivating)
25-13
26-12
34-11
43 to 46-11a(9-12 yrs interval)
52 to 55-10(ie.7 to 10yrs official retirement age)

Unregistered 05-04-2016 11:23 PM

No NS. Grad in 2014. Promoted from MX13 to 12 with a B ... MI was 16% (over $600)! Is this normal?

Unregistered 05-04-2016 11:57 PM

If you mean normal as regular every year, no; if you mean it as promo from 13 to 12, yes.

Unregistered 06-04-2016 07:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Unregisteredi (Post 82893)
So, 36yrs - (minus MX13 to MX12) - 3 promos. Say, 52yo promoted last time(even this is a "liberal" estimate), after 8 yrs promoted to MX11. Naturally take longer time to be promoted to 11a, and even longer interval to 10. In terms of increment sum and reaching salary bar early,it isn't a good thing to be promoted overly early. Which happened to many MX11a officers now. Possibility of no increment once reach bar, until promotion. Can be demotivating)
25-13
26-12
34-11
43 to 46-11a(9-12 yrs interval)
52 to 55-10(ie.7 to 10yrs official retirement age)

True, but you are forgetting one thing-
If the promotion is early and you hit the salary ceiling early, it also means you get more money in the long run.

Unregistered 06-04-2016 08:06 AM

Yes and no, because every average cs of same calibre will go through this promo/increment timeline. All adds up for all cs under same scheme in the end, matter of earlier/later.

Unregistered 06-04-2016 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 82909)
Yes and no, because every average cs of same calibre will go through this promo/increment timeline. All adds up for all cs under same scheme in the end, matter of earlier/later.

Nope it's no. There's a difference in total amount of pay at the end; the one who get promoted faster will get more.

Unregistered 06-04-2016 05:39 PM

I could only find the salary range for MX scheme in this forum. However, there was no bar mentioned. Can someone state salary range together with the bar?

Unregistered 06-04-2016 08:56 PM

What I know:
MX 12 - 2860-5874 (no bar)
MX 11 - 4735-7119 (no bar)
MX 11A- 6175-8555 (no bar)
MX 10 - 7001-11466(bar at 9975)


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