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Old 21-01-2022, 03:48 AM
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Thanks mate, and congratulations on your offer. I didn't want to influence the decisions of other singtel MAP candidates hence did not post in the thread haha.

Anyways, do you really think they have a growth opportunity (sincerely asking)? to me their financials for the past 5 years looks very bad, they have gone nowhere and paying more dividend than their earnings, business equity has gone down.

In the time when covid should have a positive impact on their business, they struggled. I think the NCS business has growth and If I choose to go in, I would focus on that.

Also talking to the senior MAP, They really didn't open up on the progression and increments, which worries me a little. But somewhat understandable also cause it was on zoom with a bunch of other candidates also.

But I am actually inclining to towards the MAP as well. If in 4 years they are able to give two bumps @20% pay increase and 10% increment on the other years. It would be great already.
I think you’ll probably be in for a rude awakening if you’re expecting this level of increments. 20% increment typically only comes with a promotion and yearly increments without promotions is also highly unlikely to hit 10%.

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Thanks mate, and congratulations on your offer. I didn't want to influence the decisions of other singtel MAP candidates hence did not post in the thread haha.

Anyways, do you really think they have a growth opportunity (sincerely asking)? to me their financials for the past 5 years looks very bad, they have gone nowhere and paying more dividend than their earnings, business equity has gone down.

In the time when covid should have a positive impact on their business, they struggled. I think the NCS business has growth and If I choose to go in, I would focus on that.

Also talking to the senior MAP, They really didn't open up on the progression and increments, which worries me a little. But somewhat understandable also cause it was on zoom with a bunch of other candidates also.

But I am actually inclining to towards the MAP as well. If in 4 years they are able to give two bumps @20% pay increase and 10% increment on the other years. It would be great already.
If it were strictly between the 2 I would take the Singtel offer no question. Better comp is already a win and there is more opportunity for you to be exposed to a corporate role, generally speaking.

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Old 21-01-2022, 01:07 PM
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I got two gaps on my resume, one about 6 months and the current one about 10 month

Means I am hong gan and might as well book a swim at Macritchie?

Otherwise, how to explain?
just say you during the gaps freelance at geylang, if it is a male boss. likely you will have a even brighter future!

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If it were strictly between the 2 I would take the Singtel offer no question. Better comp is already a win and there is more opportunity for you to be exposed to a corporate role, generally speaking.
Thanks mate
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Both are different role, choose the role that you like.


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I think you’ll probably be in for a rude awakening if you’re expecting this level of increments. 20% increment typically only comes with a promotion and yearly increments without promotions is also highly unlikely to hit 10%.
freshie in for a rude awakening
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I think you’ll probably be in for a rude awakening if you’re expecting this level of increments. 20% increment typically only comes with a promotion and yearly increments without promotions is also highly unlikely to hit 10%.
Well yes, was implying 2 promotions in first 4 years and I believe that is reasonable. The numbers I got for micron (10%, 20%) are after talking to people in the company and in the role (offcourse depending on performance). What do u think is reasonable? Are u in these companies or roles?
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Well yes, was implying 2 promotions in first 4 years and I believe that is reasonable. The numbers I got for micron (10%, 20%) are after talking to people in the company and in the role (offcourse depending on performance). What do u think is reasonable? Are u in these companies or roles?
Tan ah kow tells you the earth is flat you also believe ah? Boy you will be in for a rough time in the working world if this keeps up.
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Well yes, was implying 2 promotions in first 4 years and I believe that is reasonable. The numbers I got for micron (10%, 20%) are after talking to people in the company and in the role (offcourse depending on performance). What do u think is reasonable? Are u in these companies or roles?
Ignore the disbelieving boomers projecting their saltiness. I've got a few buddies in Micron (Entry level climbed to Middle management, 4-5 YOE), these numbers are indeed accurate for Micron.
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Ignore the disbelieving boomers projecting their saltiness. I've got a few buddies in Micron (Entry level climbed to Middle management, 4-5 YOE), these numbers are indeed accurate for Micron.
I am the CEO of Micron, your buddies were just fired by me today
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