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Old 12-12-2017, 12:58 PM
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Heard rumours about this as well.
yes ... 5-7% good if can join in jan 2018

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Totally agree,

Let compare both farmer 1st class hon with NS having same performance, but 1 in ST engineering(eg ST Kinetic...etc) dealing with military work (GLC), another with DSTA dealing with the same military work..

After 5 years....you should know which one is getting higher salary.

the last heard DSTA 1st class/ns engineering getting 5-5.3k starting.....
STK....maybe 3.8k..

5 years down the road, even with average performance, the dsta guy should be getting 6.5-7k min, whereas the ST guy, maybe 5k max...


see the difference
Well, the difference is in the talent pool again. DSTA hires all Singaporeans only. ST Engineering can hire non-Singaporeans on top of Singaporeans. So of course DSTA has to pay more because they need to hire from a smaller pool of people. If I am ST, why should I pay more when I can hire cheaper Indian and China IT people? ST is profit-driven, DSTA is taking from taxpayers. Y'all need to think more macro and more like like employers...



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Will be starting work in a ministry next Jan. Will I receive annual merit increment and prorated PB in Apr?

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Will be starting work in a ministry next Jan. Will I receive annual merit increment and prorated PB in Apr?
No. Annual merit increment and PB is for the work done the previous year. Since you will only join next year, your next merit increment and PB will only be in effect on 2019 for work done in 2018.

You will still get your mid and year end bonuses in 2018 though.
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If you sign a contract with a ministry and decide to back out before commencing employment, what are the consequences?
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The initial post mentioned about downward adjustment. The stupidity lies in the downward adjustment, which is not going to happen in Civil Service next year.

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Don't you think is stupid to adjust civil pay upwards when they are already paid higher than the average? Did you follow the posts here? On average, civil servant is paid 5-8k in less than 5 years. The most recent ones mentioned starting pay 4k and after three years close to 6k. Why should there be an upward adjustment?
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The initial post mentioned about downward adjustment. The stupidity lies in the downward adjustment, which is not going to happen in Civil Service next year.
I believe that was a sarcasm to show how ridiculous is the government if there is really an adjustment. In fact, there shouldn't be any adjustment with the fact that CS are already very well paid. Well, it is always the case that government will enlarge the salary gap where the low paying fellows pay higher tax to support the highly paid CS for their menial jobs.
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Well in fact quite true to some extent. Used to work in CS. Even seen one director can sleep and read newspapers/magazine in own office room since there was nothing much paperwork for him to clear.


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Just signed contract at a Ministry. Have to say that in terms of benefits, it's quite depressed compared to those for stat boards. No flexible benefits, hp reimbursement, gym subsidy, etc.


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Just signed contract at a Ministry. Have to say that in terms of benefits, it's quite depressed compared to those for stat boards. No flexible benefits, hp reimbursement, gym subsidy, etc.
Yes i agree with you. I turned down an offer from a statboard with transport benefits, hp bill subsidies, larger bonuses annually, etc. Some days i stay awake at night wondering what made me do that...
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