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Old 16-03-2021, 11:16 PM
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Let me share mine.

Local 2.2 Honours

2010 - Joined Pte Sector - Exec - 3.1k
2011 - 3.3k
2012 - Promoted to AM - 3.8k
2013 - 4.1k - Market adjustment
2014 - 4.9k - Promoted to Manager
2015 - Joined Civil Service (one of the typical ministries with one of the typical corporate functions) MX11 - 6k
2016 - 6.3k - B assessment
2017 - 6.6k - B assessment
2018 - 7.8k - promoted to MX11A with A assessment
2019 - 8.2k - B assessment
2020 - 9.5k - promoted to MX10 with B assessment

Age 35 - total farmer cos of my 2.2 honours

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Old 16-03-2021, 11:37 PM
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Let me share mine.

Local 2.2 Honours

2010 - Joined Pte Sector - Exec - 3.1k
2011 - 3.3k
2012 - Promoted to AM - 3.8k
2013 - 4.1k - Market adjustment
2014 - 4.9k - Promoted to Manager
2015 - Joined Civil Service (one of the typical ministries with one of the typical corporate functions) MX11 - 6k
2016 - 6.3k - B assessment
2017 - 6.6k - B assessment
2018 - 7.8k - promoted to MX11A with A assessment
2019 - 8.2k - B assessment
2020 - 9.5k - promoted to MX10 with B assessment

Age 35 - total farmer cos of my 2.2 honours
am the above poster. Quite sick of gahment life - should I leave and find another role in a GLC/MNC type? I am a HR person - there my corporate function - designation is Deputy Director

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Old 17-03-2021, 01:19 AM
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try harder again next time

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Old 17-03-2021, 10:19 AM
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am the above poster. Quite sick of gahment life - should I leave and find another role in a GLC/MNC type? I am a HR person - there my corporate function - designation is Deputy Director
Hi there, relatively surprised to see your post with entire salary/career details, and the career related question. I can tell the authenticity of the data because I was previously a civil service DoP (Director of Personnel, old term) for more than a decade (but already left the system 3 years ago). At your age and at current rank/salary I think you are progressing relatively stable, and doing quite alright. If you ask me, you are asking the wrong question at the wrong time. You joined civil service at age 30, MX11, spent 5 years to make it to MX10, DD level, salary 9.5k.

As HR expert yourself I think you should know you are progressing ok all things considered. Maybe you are sian and thinking of leaving because you know that the next stage is much harder to cross over, and it takes many more years, even if you beat the competition. You have roughly 2k before you hit the salary ceiling (if you cross the 9.75k center bar), and it's a long creep from here. However, like I said, you asked at a wrong timing. You came in from private at 30 and spent 5 years to achieve what you have now. Given the macro environment now, positions at DD and D level are highly competitive out there. Your latest 5 years experience in civil service is not exactly the most sort after by private sector. Even if you take your time to wait for a competitive offer, what makes you think you can survive after being 5 years in the safe environment of the civil service? The risk is significantly higher for you if you don't make it when you cross over. Pls bear in mind that finding a replacement job at D and DD level is quite a different ball game compared when you are M/SM/AD level - those levels are easy to hop around soliciting next competitive offers. Hence, my personal advice is - don't rush. If you really want to leave, make 100% sure you are not going to regret later leaving a very stable career in the cs. Also, consider internal options to break up the monotony - e.g. if you are in Ministry, look for Statutory Board switch, find those that fit your career aspiration, SB always have surprises as they have quite a different culture from the ministry and from each other too. If you are already in the SB, think of switch function/division, many SBs are very pro job rotation to build up leadership mobility and to retain talent.

All in all, think twice and make sure you are 100% comfortable with the risk involved before you jump - you don't want to be caught in-between jobs in such times. All the best.
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Old 17-03-2021, 01:42 PM
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am the above poster. Quite sick of gahment life - should I leave and find another role in a GLC/MNC type? I am a HR person - there my corporate function - designation is Deputy Director
Your cep is high. Depend on what you value more - job stability or job satisfaction
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Old 17-03-2021, 03:00 PM
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Your cep is high. Depend on what you value more - job stability or job satisfaction
How about being promoted to MX10 at the appraisal age of 30? what is the CEP likely to be?
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How about being promoted to MX10 at the appraisal age of 30? what is the CEP likely to be?
I would say MX7 perhaps? I know mine should be MX8
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Is this understanding correct? -> merit increment is at % and promotion merit is fixed amount?
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Is this understanding correct? -> merit increment is at % and promotion merit is fixed amount?
Depends on the grade. Junior grade's MI is fixed amount. Senior grade's MI is %
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does promotion increment get higher when you go higher grade?

Example (for illustration purposes):

Assuming MI is same (5%)

Mx 12 - Mx 11 = MI (5%) + PI (3%) = total 8%
MX 11 - Mx11a = MI (5%) + PI (5%) = total 10%
Mx 11a - Mx 10 = MI (5%) + PI (8%) = total 13%

Does PI works this way?
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