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Old 08-10-2013, 10:02 AM
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My current workplace actually follows only have one scheme for all qualifications. It's just that the degree holders will come in at a higher level as compared to non- degree holders. If you are good enough, you will get promoted to the next level. Hence, it's not surprising to hear a dip holder promoted to div 1 in my workplace. Thanks for your opinion : )
agreed, i think qualifications is just a criteria to determine your entry level. at the end of the day, if you can perform then nothing can hold you back.

fresh grad, pass degree from local uni drawing $3.5k.

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Old 08-10-2013, 10:07 AM
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Depends on agencies. But if they do check, they will check with your current supervisor instead of HR dept.
doesn't this spoil your relationship with your supervisor if you eventually didn't take up their offer? anyone can shed some light on this?

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doesn't this spoil your relationship with your supervisor if you eventually didn't take up their offer? anyone can shed some light on this?
you will be surprised at the speed in which news can travel. they might not even need to contact your supervisor but contact ur current HR dept to do some checks.

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you will be surprised at the speed in which news can travel. they might not even need to contact your supervisor but contact ur current HR dept to do some checks.
contacting hr is fine because they are obliged to only give accurate documented info. but I feel contacting supervisor is unfair for employees because the assessment could be biased (because of not-so-good relationships) or it could alert your supervisor of your current job-hunt which will jeopardise your otherwise-good relationship with him/her...
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Old 08-10-2013, 01:02 PM
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contacting hr is fine because they are obliged to only give accurate documented info. but I feel contacting supervisor is unfair for employees because the assessment could be biased (because of not-so-good relationships) or it could alert your supervisor of your current job-hunt which will jeopardise your otherwise-good relationship with him/her...
That is why it is important to build a strong working relationship with your supervisor, and that you'll be comfortable to tell him/her even if you're intending to leave. Good supervisors will help you in their recommendations, but I've also seen my fair share of back-stabbing done by them.

It is unfair, but that's how public sector is. Sometimes, you'll be surprised to know that your current supervisor may be friends with your potential supervisor in the new org. This is due to the rotations/transfer of people within the public service, and the networking sessions available.
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anyone knows why they take 1 month to process application after first interview.
i applied in april this yr, june then called for interview, july offered contract and asked to go for medical checkup.

now in the job for one mth plus
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Hello, next week I am going for the final round interview with MTI. Can anyone tell me what to expect? The first two rounds are fine but I am worried about the last one.
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Hi! Anyone know how much they pay for a Head of department at the Museum?
Don't know if my current pay is above what they will offer.
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what is your current pay then?

Think they have have range. Perhaps MX 11 range.

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Hi I will like to ask what is the starting pay for polytechnic graduates (local ) and how much %of annual increment will I get in public service? 2 years ns btw.
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