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Unregistered 08-03-2017 07:53 PM

That's true, I got a B despite that its only my second year, guess i will count myself lucky then. Just have to continue to work on my flaws. Is there any B+, just wondering? It seemed like very few people got promoted this year.

Unregistered 08-03-2017 08:12 PM

Anyone can confirm increment for B? Not fixed rate right? Got more than $200?

Unregistered 08-03-2017 09:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95335)
Seriously, going from MX 12 to 11 in 2 years isnt really the norm. When people tell their stories here, you should really take them with a pinch of salt, or there may be other reasons why they are promoted faster, headcount, mid-career entry etc.

If your dept has a huge group of MX12, I think your main concern is how you can perform and outshine them if you want your promotion. You can't take promotions for granted.

would you be able to share the norm from mx 12 to 11 pls? i am nearing 2 years and no hints of any advancement. cant outshine my colleagues too :( thinking of jumping ships asap to improve my prospects....

Unregistered 08-03-2017 09:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95344)
Anyone can confirm increment for B? Not fixed rate right? Got more than $200?

what agency are u in? mx?
where got so low one the increment...

Unregistered 09-03-2017 11:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95348)
would you be able to share the norm from mx 12 to 11 pls? i am nearing 2 years and no hints of any advancement. cant outshine my colleagues too :( thinking of jumping ships asap to improve my prospects....

Think between MX12 and 11 is ard 3 years on average, dependent on your ministry. If you have started from MX13 and have not reached MX11 by 5 years of service, then you might be behind the curve.

Unregistered 09-03-2017 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95373)
Think between MX12 and 11 is ard 3 years on average, dependent on your ministry. If you have started from MX13 and have not reached MX11 by 5 years of service, then you might be behind the curve.

What salary would you expect for a 5 years experience at MX11?

Unregistered 09-03-2017 12:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95349)
what agency are u in? mx?
where got so low one the increment...

That's why need to ask and confirm right. Increment is based on economic progression, potential and grade. The same B, some might get 2.5, some 2.75. For that, increment also varies. Nobody would really know until it is in [email protected] There is quite possibly a format to calculate this which only HR will know. Just like promotion criteria only HR can advise.

Unregistered 09-03-2017 12:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95373)
Think between MX12 and 11 is ard 3 years on average, dependent on your ministry. If you have started from MX13 and have not reached MX11 by 5 years of service, then you might be behind the curve.

I don't think 3 years is quite the normal. Where i am at, 4 to 5 years in the norm. Your CEP is likely 1 or 2 grade above ur current grade. If u get to 11 from 12 in 3 years, they might be looking also at your years of experience. If u are a fresh grad who enters at 13 and promoted to 11 in 3 years, this is highly unlikely even for scholars.

Don't harbour unrealitic thoughts, work well and u will be rewarded, maybe not soon enough but eventually you get there. Most importantly, this is at least a stable job for most . You won't strike it rich but you wouldn't starve either.

Unregistered 09-03-2017 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95382)
I don't think 3 years is quite the normal. Where i am at, 4 to 5 years in the norm. Your CEP is likely 1 or 2 grade above ur current grade. If u get to 11 from 12 in 3 years, they might be looking also at your years of experience. If u are a fresh grad who enters at 13 and promoted to 11 in 3 years, this is highly unlikely even for scholars.

Don't harbour unrealitic thoughts, work well and u will be rewarded, maybe not soon enough but eventually you get there. Most importantly, this is at least a stable job for most . You won't strike it rich but you wouldn't starve either.

Sorry dude, but there are cases of scholars who are MX11 after 1 year. i.e. double promotion after 1 year. Sure some may think i'm bu**s***ing, but its up to you to decide for yourself. The point i want to make is there ain't any strong principle for promotion. Even though IM states blah blah blah, justifications can be made for exceptions.

Bottom line, promotion ain't the only thing to fight for. Instead, garner experience and capabilities.

Unregistered 09-03-2017 03:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 95382)
I don't think 3 years is quite the normal. Where i am at, 4 to 5 years in the norm. Your CEP is likely 1 or 2 grade above ur current grade. If u get to 11 from 12 in 3 years, they might be looking also at your years of experience. If u are a fresh grad who enters at 13 and promoted to 11 in 3 years, this is highly unlikely even for scholars.

Don't harbour unrealitic thoughts, work well and u will be rewarded, maybe not soon enough but eventually you get there. Most importantly, this is at least a stable job for most . You won't strike it rich but you wouldn't starve either.

It depends on your job scope too. For generalist positions, might take a bit longer to get from 12 to 11. For specialist positions in Stat Boards (such as engineers), getting from their equivalent of 12 to 11 is usually around 3 years.


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