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Old 16-06-2020, 02:39 PM
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The information is available throughout this thread, and if you’re incapable of finding this then perhaps you should not join MFA.
Hey no need to be edgy. Like I said, most information about MFA in this thread are only mentioned in passing or are limited to fresh grad offers. Even then, I think it would be nice to see if that has been impacted by Covid. Don't think anyone has gone into detail on their bonus structure and allowance structure which I assume would make up a very significant portion of their package. Nor has anyone gone into detail of what the progression would be like which would be very valuable seeing as most fso dont even survive to their 2nd/3rd year.

Alot has changed since Covid and more sharing wouldn't hurt. Asking for an update and more clarity shouldn't warrant such a response. Isn't that the point of this thread?

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Hey no need to be edgy. Like I said, most information about MFA in this thread are only mentioned in passing or are limited to fresh grad offers. Even then, I think it would be nice to see if that has been impacted by Covid. Don't think anyone has gone into detail on their bonus structure and allowance structure which I assume would make up a very significant portion of their package. Nor has anyone gone into detail of what the progression would be like which would be very valuable seeing as most fso dont even survive to their 2nd/3rd year.

Alot has changed since Covid and more sharing wouldn't hurt. Asking for an update and more clarity shouldn't warrant such a response. Isn't that the point of this thread?
Bottom line, you get the best salaries and the highest prestige in the whole CS, but you get the most elitist, most unreasonable and nasty people. You also get some of the worst work-life balance (if any).

They only hire about 20 a year and they’re usually of a certain calibre and look. Of course given the intensity of the environment, people have quit in a matter of weeks. It really takes a certain kind of person to join and remain.

16 hour days, 6 days a week are a norm. Prepare to work on weekends, late nights and miss family events. Prepare to be scolded for minor things you have never bothered with your entire life.

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hi all. just want to check - how is merit increment calculated?

is it based on a % of your latest gross salary or is it a fixed amount increment?

appreciate any info thks

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hi all. just want to check - how is merit increment calculated?

is it based on a % of your latest gross salary or is it a fixed amount increment?

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2 to 5% like that la.. see how la
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2 to 5% like that la.. see how la
hi, may i know how much is the rank increment in %? thanks in advance
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Bottom line, you get the best salaries and the highest prestige in the whole CS, but you get the most elitist, most unreasonable and nasty people. You also get some of the worst work-life balance (if any).

They only hire about 20 a year and they’re usually of a certain calibre and look. Of course given the intensity of the environment, people have quit in a matter of weeks. It really takes a certain kind of person to join and remain.

16 hour days, 6 days a week are a norm. Prepare to work on weekends, late nights and miss family events. Prepare to be scolded for minor things you have never bothered with your entire life.
really so bad? maybe some division. my excolleague in mfa IT (under govtech).. he told me mfa is much better than our previous workplace (Healthcare IT, if you know which company) in terms of work life balance.
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really so bad? maybe some division. my excolleague in mfa IT (under govtech).. he told me mfa is much better than our previous workplace (Healthcare IT, if you know which company) in terms of work life balance.
IT is staffed by external vendors mostly with only some GovTech people watching over them. Ask him what lives the MFA staff lead.
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hi all. just want to check - how is merit increment calculated?

is it based on a % of your latest gross salary or is it a fixed amount increment?

appreciate any info thks
Its based on your perf grading. E.g. B graders gets higher MI than C graders etc.
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M.I. per performance grade is also not fixed and is a range. Depends on pecking order within performance grade also.
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Depends on your scheme of service and whether you are on timescale or superscale... For timescale officers, it is dependent on your performance grade too... I know some scheme of service have fixed absolute amount (while some have fixed % of their pay) for all officers with the same performance grade. its very easy to tell actually... just calculate what's your MI increment % over your last drawn gross... if the % has 2 or more decimal points, it is not based on a fixed percentage.
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