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Unregistered 19-06-2016 12:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 86767)
and what about 2nd lower and 3rd class honours, CEP 11A then?

second that

in fact, any knows the CEP loca grads of different class of honors / degree?

what is the 'default' CEP for fresh local u grads with

1st class, 2nd upper, 2nd lower 3rd, pass...

Unregistered 19-06-2016 12:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 86869)
f all of u, limbei work in a bank 2 years already at 6.4k. ccb civil servants

From the way he speaks, this one is probably the security guard or office cleaner working in a bank and fantasizing that he is actually a banking staff. Anyway, he is probably mistaken! Everyone is actually talking about monthly salary instead of his yearly salary of 6.4k. Haha!

Unregistered 20-06-2016 03:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 87412)
From the way he speaks, this one is probably the security guard or office cleaner working in a bank and fantasizing that he is actually a banking staff. Anyway, he is probably mistaken! Everyone is actually talking about monthly salary instead of his yearly salary of 6.4k. Haha!

Haha! If his claim of 6.4k is true, high chance he works in sales. Most likely selling credit cards or financial products. Many ah beng types like him are deployed in sales.

Unregistered 20-06-2016 08:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 87440)
Haha! If his claim of 6.4k is true, high chance he works in sales. Most likely selling credit cards or financial products. Many ah beng types like him are deployed in sales.

If credit card sales can earn 6.4k monthly, I won't mind doing it also. That is double the salary of a fresh grad who joins civil service. After 2 years the civil servant only earning 4k.

Unregistered 21-06-2016 08:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 87446)
If credit card sales can earn 6.4k monthly, I won't mind doing it also. That is double the salary of a fresh grad who joins civil service. After 2 years the civil servant only earning 4k.

And your status

Unregistered 14-02-2017 03:12 PM

Hi, I have been in service for coming 8 years now and I would like some perspective on how I'm faring. I joined the civil service with a Masters degree (non-scholar) and this has been my progression rate.

2009- joined service as mx13
2010- progressed to mx12
2012- promoted to mx11
2016- promoted to mx11a

Im abit disheartened because I havent been given any management roles as my work is more specialist in nature...should I stay on?

Unregistered 14-02-2017 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 94562)
Hi, I have been in service for coming 8 years now and I would like some perspective on how I'm faring. I joined the civil service with a Masters degree (non-scholar) and this has been my progression rate.

2009- joined service as mx13
2010- progressed to mx12
2012- promoted to mx11
2016- promoted to mx11a

Im abit disheartened because I havent been given any management roles as my work is more specialist in nature...should I stay on?

Mind to provide some other information? Your current age and your current salary (basic and annual package)

Unregistered 16-02-2017 08:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 87402)
second that

in fact, any knows the CEP loca grads of different class of honors / degree?

what is the 'default' CEP for fresh local u grads with

1st class, 2nd upper, 2nd lower 3rd, pass...

Whats with this sense of self entitlement? From what I know the cep for all fresh grads is just a grade or two above MX13 so that they may get promoted the first year. Thereafter your performance counts to upgrade this CEP.

Work hard dont slack otherwise you will be stuck.

Unregistered 22-02-2017 09:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 82957)
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)

May I ask the meaning of (no bar)?

For example, does it means that one salary at MX12 would stagnate at the maximum of 5874 if one is not promoted to MX13?

Unregistered 22-02-2017 06:01 PM

Hi all, i am currently a perm staff with a ministry and i just received an offer from a stat bd. As the civil service pb will be given out usually in late march (which is 1 month from now), i am wondering if anyone has come across the same situation as me before and if the receiving stat bd is willing to wait till you receive the pb and serve out the notice before joining them. Thanks


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