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Old 25-06-2020, 06:16 PM
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Hey guys, if we move to another SB or ministry, will our remuneration be pegged to our current salary or can we expect +8 to +15% jump similar to most people who change jobs outside?
depends on whether you move between SB/ministry on movement policy or resign-and-join new scheme (eg from MX to non-MX or vice versa). if movement policy, then salary remains the same. if the latter option, then it depends.

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Old 25-06-2020, 06:27 PM
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To be honest, even if different scheme, most likely they will place you in the similar salary grades across the 2 schemes so the salary can be matched... Unless you are talking about MX being handpicked to join AO...
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depends on whether you move between SB/ministry on movement policy or resign-and-join new scheme (eg from MX to non-MX or vice versa). if movement policy, then salary remains the same. if the latter option, then it depends.
Nope, fat hope! The employer is the same aka "Ah Gong", why should they pay you more? In private sector, job hope can fetch 10-20% increment because firms compete to get talent and the contacts/new business leads/experience/skills which the poached staff might bring along... within PS/CS, I don't think so... most likely when you change job, it will be a different job scope...
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To be honest, even if different scheme, most likely they will place you in the similar salary grades across the 2 schemes so the salary can be matched... Unless you are talking about MX being handpicked to join AO...


Nope, fat hope! The employer is the same aka "Ah Gong", why should they pay you more? In private sector, job hope can fetch 10-20% increment because firms compete to get talent and the contacts/new business leads/experience/skills which the poached staff might bring along... within PS/CS, I don't think so... most likely when you change job, it will be a different job scope...
Thanks for the response. Looks like if solely for the purpose of pay increase, ideally one should hop out to private and back to CS in order not to be bogged down by "starting salary" issues.

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Old 26-06-2020, 12:02 AM
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That's assuming you don't get promoted.

I'm an average farmer, took me 5 years to hit $6k from 3.6k. Currently MX11.
that's quite sad...i'm on a specialised scheme and im near 6k after 1 year...
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Old 26-06-2020, 07:58 AM
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Yeap can confirm. Public service takes good care of their scholars and FCH
not 100% true.

i was the previous poster that joined SB 2 years ago. currently 36 yr old mx10 (just promoted).

i am from a non local U. currently i have 2 mx11a and 2 mx11 reporting to me. One 36 yr old, FCH NUS.. Another 38 yr old masters from NUS..
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though not impossible, but this post seems more like an egoistic retaliation. Like u give me a slap and i am returning with two.

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not 100% true.

i was the previous poster that joined SB 2 years ago. currently 36 yr old mx10 (just promoted).

i am from a non local U. currently i have 2 mx11a and 2 mx11 reporting to me. One 36 yr old, FCH NUS.. Another 38 yr old masters from NUS..
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Old 26-06-2020, 10:07 AM
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though not impossible, but this post seems more like an egoistic retaliation. Like u give me a slap and i am returning with two.
why is this not possible?
i am 35yr old in LTA, just a grade 9 (similar to mx11a).. but i am the RO for 2 grade 9 and 2 grade 8.. one of them has a Masters from NUS.

i think what this poster say is highly possible. I am new to PS, unless you are saying this is possible in SB but not Min
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Old 26-06-2020, 10:41 AM
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To be honest, even if different scheme, most likely they will place you in the similar salary grades across the 2 schemes so the salary can be matched... Unless you are talking about MX being handpicked to join AO...


Nope, fat hope! The employer is the same aka "Ah Gong", why should they pay you more? In private sector, job hope can fetch 10-20% increment because firms compete to get talent and the contacts/new business leads/experience/skills which the poached staff might bring along... within PS/CS, I don't think so... most likely when you change job, it will be a different job scope...
The only reason ppl resign and join is for pay increment. If pay was the same, might as well ask for secondment/posting instead.
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why is this not possible?
i am 35yr old in LTA, just a grade 9 (similar to mx11a).. but i am the RO for 2 grade 9 and 2 grade 8.. one of them has a Masters from NUS.

i think what this poster say is highly possible. I am new to PS, unless you are saying this is possible in SB but not Min
Yes, they mainly look at years of exp. Masters/MBA are good for future mgmt roles, but aren't as relevant for junior roles.
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Old 26-06-2020, 12:55 PM
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nope.. FCH does not equate to higher CEP than non-FCH
Hmm is there even a point in getting FCH then, apart from the slightly higher starting salary? I always thought CS cared a lot about your grades haha.
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