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Old 26-02-2020, 10:47 AM
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Hi understand that promotion is during Apr or oct, but any idea when will P receive the promotion list? Possible that P already received the promotion list already but will only announce during Apr?
Also I heard that have to get a certain performance grade for consecutive years before able to get promoted, is that true?

Thank you in advance!
Yes, you need to get C at least to be considered for promotion. All officers deemed ready for promotion will already had been assessed during ranking in previous work year before the names are submitted to HQ.

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It could just be your school. I'm pretty sure different schools have different cultures. Good schools have very low turnover rate, regardless of old or young officers.
all schools are good schools? kidding.

agree - so far the 2 schools I have been at are horrid at man-management skills. still looking for that elusive school that you are sure of. 😜

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SINGAPORE ó In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, state investor Temasek will be implementing a salary freeze for all its employees, including promotion increases, for its April compensation exercise.

Wah. Civil service is following suit? Cos temasek is like already representing government.

Read more at s://.todayonline.com/singapore/salary-freeze-all-temasek-employees-senior-management-may-take-voluntary-pay-cut

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SINGAPORE ó In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, state investor Temasek will be implementing a salary freeze for all its employees, including promotion increases, for its April compensation exercise.

Wah. Civil service is following suit? Cos temasek is like already representing government.

Read more at s://.todayonline.com/singapore/salary-freeze-all-temasek-employees-senior-management-may-take-voluntary-pay-cut
Are you a superscale officer and/or senior management? If you are not, you don't have much to worry about. At most, AVC this year will be low, but your 13 months' basic salary and PB are secure.
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Are you a superscale officer and/or senior management? If you are not, you don't have much to worry about. At most, AVC this year will be low, but your 13 months' basic salary and PB are secure.
will increment be safe? or will it be freezed too
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will increment be safe? or will it be freezed too
Not frozen, but it will be low. Just like AVC, the budget for merit increment also fluctuates based on economic performance.
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Not frozen, but it will be low. Just like AVC, the budget for merit increment also fluctuates based on economic performance.
Oh no, promotion increment too?
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Hi, Iím a teacher of 7-8 years at GEO4. Iím considering switching to Flexi-Adjunct as I just canít take the demands of a language teacher and the time away from family, as Iím too busy setting, marking, planning and prepping, is taking its toll on my emotional and mental health. Iíd like to know whatís the range for the salary if I switch? Does anyone know?
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Oh no, promotion increment too?
HR does not give us a good idea of what the algorithms and formulae are, but we know for sure that economic performance contributes to some small variability.
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Hi, Iím a teacher of 7-8 years at GEO4. Iím considering switching to Flexi-Adjunct as I just canít take the demands of a language teacher and the time away from family, as Iím too busy setting, marking, planning and prepping, is taking its toll on my emotional and mental health. Iíd like to know whatís the range for the salary if I switch? Does anyone know?
Depends on the workload (on paper). It can be as little as half, or 2/3 pay.

In practice, the workload is almost the same besides having to stay back for CCA. My school's FAJTs are deployed as form teachers and do heck of a lot of extra work beyond what they're paid for, often staying back as late as some GEO2/3 full-time teachers.

Are there other FAJTs in your school/the school you're aiming to get hired in? Check with them about their "paper" deployment vs. their actual workload to decide whether it is worth it.
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