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Old 25-04-2016, 08:29 AM
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Civil service increments are really low. Assuming a fresh grad starts at 3k, every year salary only increases by 200-300, after 10 years your salary would be 5k. Really lousy.

I am in the private sector, 30 years old earning 15k a month.
hello i also in private sector (GLC), annual increment on 100-150/year about 3-3.5% annually...

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hello i also in private sector (GLC), annual increment on 100-150/year about 3-3.5% annually...
GLC Same as civil service. In fact sometimes even worse. High paying private sectors are banking, oil&gas, law, medicine, Fortune 500 MNC etc...
The other jobs are about the same or worse as civil service ;civil service tries to peg their salary to the private sector.

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hello i also in private sector (GLC), annual increment on 100-150/year about 3-3.5% annually...
Cannot generalize all GLC. When I was with Ascendas in my 3+ years there I got roughly $600 increment on average each year.

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Market adjustment for engineers coming in July....woohoo.

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merit increment go 10-15% depending on performance.
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Market adjustment for engineers coming in July....woohoo.
Some of the engineers exp the lower levels is likely to get >20% increase because of gov emphasis to adjust engineer pay (finally!!!!!)
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MI in June and adjustment for engineers in July.

Time to celebrate.

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Some of the engineers exp the lower levels is likely to get >20% increase because of gov emphasis to adjust engineer pay (finally!!!!!)
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merit increment go 10-15% depending on performance.
Please don't go shooting off your mouth. 10-15% is high even for promotion. The usual range to expect is 3 - 5%. Depending on which agencies you are in, it could be higher in the region of 7%. Again, this is dependent on your performance grade for the FY.
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Please don't go shooting off your mouth. 10-15% is high even for promotion. The usual range to expect is 3 - 5%. Depending on which agencies you are in, it could be higher in the region of 7%. Again, this is dependent on your performance grade for the FY.
Ha ha ... a frog in a well ...
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Please don't go shooting off your mouth. 10-15% is high even for promotion. The usual range to expect is 3 - 5%. Depending on which agencies you are in, it could be higher in the region of 7%. Again, this is dependent on your performance grade for the FY.
Maybe you were just in the wrong place in the wrong time, or maybe poor performance. 3-5% only applies to those stuck at a grade for many years and nearing max of scale.
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Old 27-04-2016, 10:49 AM
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Maybe you were just in the wrong place in the wrong time, or maybe poor performance. 3-5% only applies to those stuck at a grade for many years and nearing max of scale.
lol so many pretenders here.

poor performance will get ZERO Merit Increment (MI). 3-5% IS the norm for MI and it depends on your performance grade. When you get promoted, u'll get both Merit Increment + Promotion Increment, and this should be between 8%-12%, or maybe a wider band, depending on the ministry/stat board.
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