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Old 18-06-2020, 09:58 AM
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from local u second upper
Thats a decent salary given that no NS 2nd uppers usually start at 3300

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Don't worry, there won't be any paycut. If u dont believe, just wait and see. Hehe
I have waited. And I have seen Please don't delete your post because let everyone see. Thank you.

I told you already. Haha

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Care to share how much is the pay range for the various FSO grades?
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I assure you I‘m not kidding. We even have FSOs who sleep in office. We have laptops so no one is chaining you to your desk, but people do send off emails at 2-3am everyday. The work doesn’t stop especially for the high profile desks.

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It is true. I am not a superscaler. No paycut for me.

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I have waited. And I have seen Please don't delete your post because let everyone see. Thank you.

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Putting aside the superscalers, the vast majority of us are indeed relieved that there is no reduction in base pay.

With regard to the mid year bonus, no one is really expecting it.

So overall, heng ah!!

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Old 18-06-2020, 10:46 PM
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Care to share how much is the pay range for the various FSO grades?
Starts for fresh grads at 4.5k above
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Care to share how much is the pay range for the various FSO grades?
4.5-5k+ starting. As usual, the actual figure depends on your class of honours, whether you completed NS, and other details. That said, virtually everyone there is first-rate or somehow or rather brilliant. A significant proportion (30%) are also law graduates or lawyers. FSOs are also entitled to special bonuses not available on non-specialised schemes. Your salaries also rise at a much faster rate correspondingly.

The hours are mad though, prepare to be worked raw. Bosses aren’t sympathetic and they expect your immediate availability at all times. Prepare to be told in your face that you are stupid and incompetent. It really is a 24/7 calling for the cream of the crop and the bold.
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4.5-5k+ starting. As usual, the actual figure depends on your class of honours, whether you completed NS, and other details. That said, virtually everyone there is first-rate or somehow or rather brilliant. A significant proportion (30%) are also law graduates or lawyers. FSOs are also entitled to special bonuses not available on non-specialised schemes. Your salaries also rise at a much faster rate correspondingly.

The hours are mad though, prepare to be worked raw. Bosses aren’t sympathetic and they expect your immediate availability at all times. Prepare to be told in your face that you are stupid and incompetent. It really is a 24/7 calling for the cream of the crop and the bold.
doesn't sound worth the 4.5-5k though.
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It is true. I am not a superscaler. No paycut for me.
what rank is superscale?
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At my MX level, I'm still a few recession cycles away from being paycut.
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