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Old 09-12-2021, 12:31 AM
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Nope, even from stat board to stat board also same. They let you hold on then likely is a Movement policy. How it works is, example you left SB in Dec 21 and every end of financial year maybe during Mar (for example), SB will give you PB. In order to let you still get the Mar PB, they move you through movement policy where SB will fork out Apr 21 to Dec 21 portion and Min will co share Jan 22 to Mar 22. Because it was a co share by SB and Min, Min has to sort of sign an agreement with you to commit at least a year. So after that 1 year, Min will release that previous PB to you. This was what HR told me when i did my movement policy to keep my bonuses and PB
yaa! now it makes sense. But to move from stat board to min, does min have a room for negotiation? Pay cut from 6k to 5k abit xiong leh.

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yaa! now it makes sense. But to move from stat board to min, does min have a room for negotiation? Pay cut from 6k to 5k abit xiong leh.
monthly salary different is due to pay scheme different. u need to ask ur hr to explain total package

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monthly salary different is due to pay scheme different. u need to ask ur hr to explain total package
yes, recently we hire one guy from Govtech. he was drawing 8k in govtech but was offered 6k by HR due to pay scheme.

He rejected and HR told him if he choose to "quit and join" instead of transfer, they can offer him higher pay based on his years of experience and last drawn pay. The difference is huge. He was eventually offered 7.5k and join us 2 grades higher than what was initially offered to him under the "transfer" scheme.

First hand information from my colleague, he is from my team.

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yes, recently we hire one guy from Govtech. he was drawing 8k in govtech but was offered 6k by HR due to pay scheme.

He rejected and HR told him if he choose to "quit and join" instead of transfer, they can offer him higher pay based on his years of experience and last drawn pay. The difference is huge. He was eventually offered 7.5k and join us 2 grades higher than what was initially offered to him under the "transfer" scheme.

First hand information from my colleague, he is from my team.
seems like me also, i'm mx14, joining stat board getting mx11 equivalent. they acknowledge my private degree and exp, not like the place i'm at.
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Why would people want to take paycut? Work life balance? If so, how you gonna know the next public min/agency/stat will be better?
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seems like me also, i'm mx14, joining stat board getting mx11 equivalent. they acknowledge my private degree and exp, not like the place i'm at.
Your private degree from local uni or distance learning uni?
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Hello!

Has anyone work as an auditor or inspector at MOH before?
Can share more about the job aspects? E.g working culture, colleagues, pay, overtime etc.

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Can anyone please advice?
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Hi, what would be the rough salary range for an average performer after 12 years at CPF? Assuming join as fresh grad.
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Hi, what would be the rough salary range for an average performer after 12 years at CPF? Assuming join as fresh grad.
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why 12 years? you are a cpf staff with 13exp?
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Hi, what would be the rough salary range for an average performer after 12 years at CPF? Assuming join as fresh grad.
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minimally you should be a principal or holding sdd already
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