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Old 09-04-2014, 03:46 PM
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Is anyone able to share the MI for MX10? Say, for B/C graders.

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Old 09-04-2014, 05:32 PM
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got to agree with the original poster. the govt's usual stance is that CS salary must be pegged to pte sector to remain competitive, but i really wonder who they are pegging to.

i have worked in a Fortune 500 MNC with crappy 1-3% increments with an average B/C rating. have also worked in a GLC at about 3-7% for a B/C. only in banking will you get something like 10-15% for a B rating.

if you think about it it really is in the interest of the paper pushing, policy making scholars to come up with inflated salaries and increments while all the while insisting that this is what people in the market it earning.

bullocks.
To be fair, policy work is not as simple as what people make them out to be - writing paper. Alot of research, inputs, and data goes into crafting out a brand new policy or even to review existing ones. You'll be surprised at the wide range of areas that needs to be covered just to craft one policy out, even though it appears relatively straightforward.

Remember, at the end of the day, it is still the biggest head out there that directs the direction, approve or disapprove the policy. So while people in the pte sector are puzzled as to why CS salary must be pegged to pte to remain competitive, the reason is because you really need to attract the smart ones (to have both breadth and depth) to join and stay in CS. And I daresay the red-tape and culture in CS can be worse than in pte, a culture not all can adapt and survive.

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Old 09-04-2014, 10:17 PM
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Without generous MIs, there is little incentive to excel, cos once emplaced it's very hard to get fired.C is the default, almost no Ds, comparatively few Bs. So for the vast majority, it's hard work just to move from C to B. Many don't make the effort after 35.

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Old 10-04-2014, 11:16 AM
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Default Vmi mx11

B grade MX 11, $46x
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Will mx officer working less than a year be entitled to MI?
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Will mx officer working less than a year be entitled to MI?
You will have MI after 1 year of your service, after which, they will pro-rate your MI in Apr, so as to match the whole nation's MI.
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Stop using the old salary scale. U are so obsolete.

Job grade: MX9 (Superscale)
Job title: Deputy Director, Director
Pay scale: S$10,580 S$14,550 / S$14,551 S$16,540

Job grade: MX10
Job title: Assistant Director, Deputy Director
Pay scale: S$6,667 S$9,502 / S$9,503 S$10,920
<<this value already include the april2012 adjustment +5%>>

Job grade: MX11
Job title: Manager, Assistant Director
Pay scale: S$4,510 S$6,776 / S$6,777 S$7,909
<<this value already include the april2012 adjustment +10%>>

Job grade: MX12
Job title: Assistant Manager, Manager
Pay scale: S$2,805 S$5,643

<<this value takes into account the April 2012 adjustment +10% & +5%>>

Does anyone have e latest figures?esp for the 2 scales of mx11???

I noe e above is confirm nt rite cos the ceiling of mx12 is $58xx....
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30 yo, male.
C+, MI - $273, Pay after adjustment - $5700
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Can i jus ck if anyone noes y there is 5 bars indicated in the Current Salary Range and Point section of [email protected]???? I noe mx11 gt 2 bars la,does it mean fr mx10 and above there are more n more bars, and up to 5bars max????
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30 yo, male.
C+, MI - $273, Pay after adjustment - $5700
u r mx11???
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