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Unregistered 26-08-2020 10:58 AM

is this programme just like the SGUnited traineeship, but being packaged into a nicer name?

Unregistered 26-08-2020 11:01 AM

Omg 2.5k salary? Is that pay same for all role? I interviewed for 3 roles but still didn't get back to me which role I am given. Will GWM be given a different pay?

Unregistered 26-08-2020 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 144524)
is this programme just like the SGUnited traineeship, but being packaged into a nicer name?

This program is under Job support scheme not SgUnited traineeship, I think the key difference is that SGUnited traineeships allowances are capped at $2300 but JSS is fund directly given to company, UBS used this fund to have this programme. But the trainees are non-regulated hire, meaning donít need to pass paper but also cannot advise clients, job scope will be more like an intern. HR said ďcanít disclose salaryĒ weeks ago, I think nobody talks about how much is because we donít know, anyone can say anything here, but the truth is I personally did not receive any update yet. The program belongs to SUPER, and their spokesman publicly announced SUPER programme trainees will receive full salary, so I highly doubt it will be $2500 until I see my offer letter

Unregistered 26-08-2020 01:42 PM

Interviewed w the ibd team and offered 2.5 also.

Unregistered 26-08-2020 01:46 PM

seems like UBS is offering 2.5k for all trainees. damn quite depressing.

Unregistered 26-08-2020 02:28 PM

ubs
 
just got my offer letter. Ibd also 2.5k. same as what the previous poster mentioned

Unregistered 26-08-2020 02:49 PM

Why the hell did I waste time applying

Unregistered 26-08-2020 04:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 144526)
This program is under Job support scheme not SgUnited traineeship, I think the key difference is that SGUnited traineeships allowances are capped at $2300 but JSS is fund directly given to company, UBS used this fund to have this programme. But the trainees are non-regulated hire, meaning donít need to pass paper but also cannot advise clients, job scope will be more like an intern. HR said ďcanít disclose salaryĒ weeks ago, I think nobody talks about how much is because we donít know, anyone can say anything here, but the truth is I personally did not receive any update yet. The program belongs to SUPER, and their spokesman publicly announced SUPER programme trainees will receive full salary, so I highly doubt it will be $2500 until I see my offer letter

If you are uninformed, use logic. If you are in the front office unable to advise clients = 0. Why would they pay you full salary to sit around and play with excel?

Unregistered 26-08-2020 06:31 PM

since its 2.5, will you guys accept the offer?

Unregistered 26-08-2020 06:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 144548)
since its 2.5, will you guys accept the offer?

Good question :)


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