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Old 10-06-2011, 03:32 PM
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I am glad to be corrected !
basically i was really underpaid in my previous job! But no regrets lah.. life is about experiences.

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hi man.. i was the one who asnwered u earlier.

you get paid for coming in at 8am and leaving for home at 1pm, and getting totally ignored? And you want to give it up for a civil service job that gives u 2K less a year?? Are you crazy??? Get out of here.!! Can I have YOUR JOB? what do you do

haha sorry ! no kidding.. but theres no free lunch. even though i have such flexi time, but it comes with a price. (btw, i reach home at 11.45 today : p ) i get all the **** from customers.. be it late delivery but logistics didnt inform, wrong product sent to customers, no stock avail despite contract confirmation by customer 4-5 mths ago , wrong invoice billing, anyway its everything under the sky, its all my fault. my superior can tell the customers anything, promise everything, but later do nothing and i will get the ****. Initially ive tried but now i just give up. i can cite millions of other egs.

well so, if ur someone who can be accused, scolded(valgularities included), treated with total disrespect by the customers ( cos promises to them are constantly broken), then this job is suitable for u.. haha. well here ive learn to live and let live, one ear in,one ear out. nothing can upset me anymore.

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Would like someone experienced the following clear the 'cloud' for me:

If i were to resign from the govt sector, given one mth notice starting from 14 Jun, thus last day will be 13 Jul. Will i still be able to rece the half-mth bonus and the $250/- credit to my account.

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Would like someone experienced the following clear the 'cloud' for me:

If i were to resign from the govt sector, given one mth notice starting from 14 Jun, thus last day will be 13 Jul. Will i still be able to rece the half-mth bonus and the $250/- credit to my account.

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y u wan to quit ??

it the pay increment good?
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Would like someone experienced the following clear the 'cloud' for me:

If i were to resign from the govt sector, given one mth notice starting from 14 Jun, thus last day will be 13 Jul. Will i still be able to rece the half-mth bonus and the $250/- credit to my account.

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You have to stay till the end of July. That's standard.
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Old 11-06-2011, 12:02 AM
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You have to stay till the end of July. That's standard.
Got slightly better offer from another govt sector.

Even if i tender on 14 Jun, i still have to stay till end of July? That's more than one mth notice.

So, meaning they will not pull out my benefits even tot i submitted my resignation on 14 Jun and/or 1 Jul. Am i right?
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Got slightly better offer from another govt sector.

Even if i tender on 14 Jun, i still have to stay till end of July? That's more than one mth notice.

So, meaning they will not pull out my benefits even tot i submitted my resignation on 14 Jun and/or 1 Jul. Am i right?
If you tender on 14 June, you would have to stay till 31 July to receive the bonus. The key is that you must still be in service on 31 July. You can choose to tender later, ie. 30 June. Then it would be one month's notice. In fact, they may not permit you to stay beyond the one month's notice (since they must still pay you), so you had better check with HR first. So whether they do or do not give you the bonus is really a matter of HR policy; I suggest the safest route is to simply tender on 30 June/1 July and avoid all this unnecessary grief. However, if the government sector offer is substantially better, you may be better off leaving earlier since your PB and all other bonuses next year would be pro-rated according to your date of joining this year. I also know that in some departments, joining after 1 July may mean that you are not appraised for this year, so you may lose out somewhat in the following year's performance grading. You will need to assess everything and decide whether it's worthwhile to stay the extra month. If you are drawing $4k a month, then you are only losing out on $2,250 if you leave before 31 July. In return, you will gain an extra month (1/12) on the pro-rating of the 13th month bonus at the end of this year, and 1/12 on next year's performance bonus (and any mid-year bonus the government may dish out in 2012). In other words, it may not be worthwhile to hang around for an additional month just for $2k.
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If you tender on 14 June, you would have to stay till 31 July to receive the bonus. The key is that you must still be in service on 31 July. You can choose to tender later, ie. 30 June. Then it would be one month's notice. In fact, they may not permit you to stay beyond the one month's notice (since they must still pay you), so you had better check with HR first. So whether they do or do not give you the bonus is really a matter of HR policy; I suggest the safest route is to simply tender on 30 June/1 July and avoid all this unnecessary grief. However, if the government sector offer is substantially better, you may be better off leaving earlier since your PB and all other bonuses next year would be pro-rated according to your date of joining this year. I also know that in some departments, joining after 1 July may mean that you are not appraised for this year, so you may lose out somewhat in the following year's performance grading. You will need to assess everything and decide whether it's worthwhile to stay the extra month. If you are drawing $4k a month, then you are only losing out on $2,250 if you leave before 31 July. In return, you will gain an extra month (1/12) on the pro-rating of the 13th month bonus at the end of this year, and 1/12 on next year's performance bonus (and any mid-year bonus the government may dish out in 2012). In other words, it may not be worthwhile to hang around for an additional month just for $2k.
Not to mention you will be drawing the higher salary for the month of June and July, and you will also have an additional month's seniority, which may or may not matter years down the road. Look at the big picture.
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In case you are not aware, poly have the worst policy on the bonus. If you tender before 1 july, sorry, no bonus for you regardless how long you serve your notice. If you tender after 1 july, you will need to serve full notice period (3mths) or you will need to vomit out the bonus they banked in.


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Not to mention you will be drawing the higher salary for the month of June and July, and you will also have an additional month's seniority, which may or may not matter years down the road. Look at the big picture.
Joining them in Aug, one more question, how abt the current annual leave which i still have ard 35days, can sell by to company?
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