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Old 05-04-2011, 07:38 PM
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Absolutely would care to share.

1) Short work days and work week (9-hour day, 5-day week) may not always apply in DSTA, especially if you deal with software.


2) Not true that your skills will be irrelevant. In each industry, there will always be some skills that are generic and can be ported across to another company.

It is up to the individual to look after his own as well as his company's interests. That is, while you are deciding on/ fulfilling your business objectives, bear in mind you need to develop yourself professionally. There will be ways to do that.


3) I'm afraid it may be the case that your base salary could indeed be <5K after 5 years given you'll be starting at 3.3K.
I am of the opinion that the base is important, but some companies (your second company) look at the total annual compensation. So, the other pay components come into play. And in DSTA, the other components are decent.

By the way, 3.3K for 2nd lower... Has this been stagnant for close to 2 years? Or even decreased?

In DSTA, most will not be filthy rich.
But they will not let you starve.
Hi, thanks for sharing !

1) Hmmm ok, but it will still be better then the shipyard where i was advised to be prepared for 7 days work week with both weekends ending at 3-4pm.
2) Good point, will bear this in mind and look out to upgrade these generic skills.
3) Will definitely ask the HR side about the salary cap , more details on the progression route (they only said that it depends on work performance during my interview) and also the exact compensation when they contact me again.

If i remembered correctly, i saw a poster mentioned he joined them in late 09 and his starting was similar to 08 levels. Hopefully their '11 level will get a slight boost upwards
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Any civil servants care to share their merit increment this year? Please share the absolute increment, % increment and also performance grade this year.

Thanks.

MX13 -?
MX12 -?
MX11 -?
MX10 -?

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For those old bird or ex-old bird in DSTA.

How much is the annual increment (for average performer)?
--How many %? or How much is the value/digital figure?

How much is the promotional increment (Let say from engineer to senior engineer for average performer)?
--How many %? or How much is the value/digital figure?

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Any civil servants care to share their merit increment this year? Please share the absolute increment, % increment and also performance grade this year.

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MX13 -?
MX12 -?
MX11 -?
MX10 -?

MX11, got C for my performance grade this year, increment of $360+, ~8% increment
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MX11, got C for my performance grade this year, increment of $360+, ~8% increment
walau!!! having a 'C' grade, I suppose average performer = 'C', still got 8% annual increment!!!
That is alot!!

Base on your data given

8% = $360
Mean your salary before increment is about $4500, & after increment = $4860!!!

Then I suppose 'B' mean 10-12% increment?
Then I suppose 'A' mean 13-15% increment?

Am I guessing correct for the 'A' n 'B' increment?
If possible, if promote from MX12 to MX11, got how many % increment, and about how much(value?), for 'C' performer?


ST(GLC) pays its 'C' grader 2.7% only -_-, even a promotion 'C' grader (4% only).
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I hope you don't find this irrelevant ... if you have other interests that you think has potential to develop into a profitable sideline, you may find that a better work-life balance may be beneficial.

Personally, shipyard in Tuas? Not for me. 7 month bonus? Only good if you are at the top drawing >$10k? If this is the K- company, insiders have told me it's not a good environment.
Could you explain why K-company does not have a good environment to work in?( Because I intend to work there.)
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walau!!! having a 'C' grade, I suppose average performer = 'C', still got 8% annual increment!!!
That is alot!!

Base on your data given

8% = $360
Mean your salary before increment is about $4500, & after increment = $4860!!!

Then I suppose 'B' mean 10-12% increment?
Then I suppose 'A' mean 13-15% increment?

Am I guessing correct for the 'A' n 'B' increment?
If possible, if promote from MX12 to MX11, got how many % increment, and about how much(value?), for 'C' performer?


ST(GLC) pays its 'C' grader 2.7% only -_-, even a promotion 'C' grader (4% only).
2007-MX13
2008-MX13/MX12 (17% increment, C - i think)
2009-MX12 (3% increment, B)
2010-MX12 (8% increment, B)
2011-MX12/MX11 (15% increment, B)

as with most promotees, i expect to get a C in 2012... confirm? most like double confirm...
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On one of the professional schemes, equivalent of MX11

Merit Increment of just below 500, more than 9%, B grader.
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wow, your promotion in 2nd and 5th year really pays a substantial increment! I am guessing 09 was due to the weak economy...

how does one go about getting an "A"? or is those only reserved for first class or scholars type? Thanks.
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2007-MX13
2008-MX13/MX12 (17% increment, C - i think)
2009-MX12 (3% increment, B)
2010-MX12 (8% increment, B)
2011-MX12/MX11 (15% increment, B)

as with most promotees, i expect to get a C in 2012... confirm? most like double confirm...
y 2009 and 2010 both B but diff so big in increment?

btw which class of hons r u?

not sure wats ur system but ours is the increment will be 1 yr from join date.. then nxt increment date then same as other perm staff
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