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Old 25-06-2019, 07:12 PM
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I have been informed by my supervisor that I won't be promoted this year. Another colleague (same grade as me) would be promoted instead, as she needs the rank to have more authority leading her team which she has unofficially been leading for a while. She was promoted in 2017, got a C+ that year and B+ in 2018, while I got B in both years (even though I joined I 2017 and ought to get default grade of C). She has been with the organisation for 5 years, while I have been there for only 2. Notwithstanding this, I am still peeved that I am not promoted as it now means that I have hit my salary cap as Mx11.

My supervisor said that my Cep is high and I just need to further develop leadership skills. Dunno to believe him or not, haha. But is it possible that I can still be promoted despite hitting my grade's salary cap? Is it a norm to have to get more than 2 Bs to be promoted? I am just wondering if I have been unfairly treated.

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Hi,

I have been informed by my supervisor that I won't be promoted this year. Another colleague (same grade as me) would be promoted instead, as she needs the rank to have more authority leading her team which she has unofficially been leading for a while. She was promoted in 2017, got a C+ that year and B+ in 2018, while I got B in both years (even though I joined I 2017 and ought to get default grade of C). She has been with the organisation for 5 years, while I have been there for only 2. Notwithstanding this, I am still peeved that I am not promoted as it now means that I have hit my salary cap as Mx11.

My supervisor said that my Cep is high and I just need to further develop leadership skills. Dunno to believe him or not, haha. But is it possible that I can still be promoted despite hitting my grade's salary cap? Is it a norm to have to get more than 2 Bs to be promoted? I am just wondering if I have been unfairly treated.
why hitting salary cap cannot be promoted? don dishearted, i assumed she is in MX11 to 5 years? if following time norm, she would had been promoted before u.
u r only in your second year, most pro will be promoted next year, else it time to go since hitting ceiling.... also think on a bright side, a MX11 ceiling of $7119 + at least a 10% promotion increment will give u ~$7830 or a $712 increment which is better isnt it?

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why hitting salary cap cannot be promoted? don dishearted, i assumed she is in MX11 to 5 years? if following time norm, she would had been promoted before u.
u r only in your second year, most pro will be promoted next year, else it time to go since hitting ceiling.... also think on a bright side, a MX11 ceiling of $7119 + at least a 10% promotion increment will give u ~$7830 or a $712 increment which is better isnt it?
if hit ceiling then the next cycle if promoted no merit increment, means the total increment is much less. if normally promoted, you will get merit increment first then promo increment second.
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if hit ceiling then the next cycle if promoted no merit increment, means the total increment is much less. if normally promoted, you will get merit increment first then promo increment second.
by the way, new in PS.. in a SB now just wondering what is the usual increment for a average performer? anyone can share?
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by the way, new in PS.. in a SB now just wondering what is the usual increment for a average performer? anyone can share?
Depend on grade/post. Quite stupid to ask qn never give information. What stat board also plays a part. With your limited info, the increment is btw $0-1000
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Depend on grade/post. Quite stupid to ask qn never give information. What stat board also plays a part. With your limited info, the increment is btw $0-1000
150 max for you
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by the way, new in PS.. in a SB now just wondering what is the usual increment for a average performer? anyone can share?
typically 3 to 6%
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Yes, i agree with this post.

not easy to explain this to people outside CS/PS.

So if the ceiling is 7500 and it has been reached, the total increment next year (if promoted) will just be 250 (= promotion increment). No Merit increment.

Correct right?


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Yes, i agree with this post.

not easy to explain this to people outside CS/PS.

So if the ceiling is 7500 and it has been reached, the total increment next year (if promoted) will just be 250 (= promotion increment). No Merit increment.

Correct right?
that's bad.. but from the other angle..

once you are promoted, you will get promotion increment and then apply merit increment in your promoted grade, isn't it also possible?

btw, how come i see so many posts hitting ceiling, is it so common? i dont hear (or maybe they dont share) any of my colleague hitting ceiling.. even for a colleague who join as mx11 10 yrs ago and currently at mx11a
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