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Old 08-02-2012, 02:50 PM
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Question Any salary adjustment for stat boards ?

As a result of the pay adjustment for most MX and MSO grades in civil service, anyone from stat boards received information about possible increment as well ??

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Old 09-02-2012, 03:28 PM
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Ok, to summarize, anyone who has info on whether there are pay increment for uniformed service, teachers, or stat boards, pls post here...

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Old 09-02-2012, 05:16 PM
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i start in jul2007 @ 2.9k with NS 2nd lower

2007=2.9k
2008jul=297x (prorated increment)
2009jul=297x (freeze pay)
2010apr=317x (wage adj +200)
2010jul=326x
2010nov=339x(promotion)
2011jul=3712 (wage adj +200 & annual increment)
2012jul= expect 384X (+3.5% annual increment)
2013jul= expect 410X (+3.5% annual increment + 4% promotion)

by 2013 july I would have 6 yrs exp.....and just hitting 4.1K...is WTF.......
after 6 years of working, my pay was also abt 4.3k (was working in chemical plt as engineer), then after 8 yrs, was at abt 4.7, got pissed off, resign and jump ship, got a good pay rise of 30%. 1 yr later, jump again, I nvr look back, now in 5 figure range....moral of the story...dun stay at 1 place for too long, but try to change as many as possible, once you reach age 40, better dun change anymore, age catching up........wait kena retrench...jialat...haha

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That is assuming you are guaranteed a pay raise with every jump.... some people only get pay cuts with every jump. I was offered a pay cut of $1000 last time with a job offer, and they could still tell me I was overpaid. This was a stat board to stat board jump.
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That is assuming you are guaranteed a pay raise with every jump.... some people only get pay cuts with every jump. I was offered a pay cut of $1000 last time with a job offer, and they could still tell me I was overpaid. This was a stat board to stat board jump.
Yo Miwashi, you should boost during your job interviews about your amazing grass cutting experience...then whip out your scissor and start trimming the grass in the garden to uniform height of 2cm... Your skillset is in demand, Singapore no need to import foreign talent from bangladesh anymore!!! guarantee at least a 30% pay rise!!
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i'll be glad if they even offer me matching pay
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Civil servants certainly deserved to be paid competitively. Many of them are capable, possess good qualifications from reputable universities and can be said to belong to the 2nd stratum of the society with regards to status. While many civil servants may not be in the same class as doctors, lawyers and investment bankers, they are nevertheless very well above average and in the spectrum of professionals, fare better than engineers and teachers (who are technically civil servants but basically just a group of people who cannot survive beyond the school environment and enjoy whining & whining all the time).
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My stat board will not be following the announced adjustment

Feeling sucks. I'm gonna tender after I get my pb
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My stat board will not be following the announced adjustment

Feeling sucks. I'm gonna tender after I get my pb
if this were a fb post you get my "like this".
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Civil servants certainly deserved to be paid competitively. Many of them are capable, possess good qualifications from reputable universities and can be said to belong to the 2nd stratum of the society with regards to status. While many civil servants may not be in the same class as doctors, lawyers and investment bankers, they are nevertheless very well above average and in the spectrum of professionals, fare better than engineers and teachers (who are technically civil servants but basically just a group of people who cannot survive beyond the school environment and enjoy whining & whining all the time).
sounds like bs. haha.
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