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Unregistered 25-06-2016 08:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 20591)
not all government agencies offer excellent work-life balance. i know of at least 2 that work their staff hard, where knocking off at 8pm is considered early.

even PM Lee once lamented he got an email announcement from a civil servant at midnight. the irony is that the announcement was something on maintaining work-life balance. he said this in one of his national day rally speeches.

Anyone knows which are the slave driving ministries and agencies? I thought civil service always promote work life balance? :eek:

Unregistered 28-06-2016 01:56 PM

better to work as a security guard. if you work 26 days, you can get $85 x 26 = $2210.

Unregistered 24-12-2016 06:14 PM

May I know whether someone with a unisim degree will enter on the sergeant or inspector scheme? Thanks

Unregistered 17-05-2019 07:22 PM

Public or Private?
 
I need some advice... Got 2 offers, one from management associate programme in private (insurance industry) $3k. Will be asked to work for claims, underwriting, etc. The other is from public (stat board, administrative position) $3.5K. Not sure which is better in the long term. If choose public, not sure if there will be any transferable skills to the private sector if I change path in future. Anyone can share about market trends, promotion/career advancement in the insurance sector? Any advice is much appreciated!

Unregistered 18-05-2019 11:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 118929)
I need some advice... Got 2 offers, one from management associate programme in private (insurance industry) $3k. Will be asked to work for claims, underwriting, etc. The other is from public (stat board, administrative position) $3.5K. Not sure which is better in the long term. If choose public, not sure if there will be any transferable skills to the private sector if I change path in future. Anyone can share about market trends, promotion/career advancement in the insurance sector? Any advice is much appreciated!

Go private. It has a much higher upside. Best performers in private earn much more than the directors in stat board or civil service.

Unregistered 31-05-2019 01:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 87696)
Anyone knows which are the slave driving ministries and agencies? I thought civil service always promote work life balance? :eek:

*ahem* MFA *ahem*


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