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14-08-2019 06:25 PM
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Any fresh grad joined recently as perm position may I know what is the salary
Interested to know as well, especially engineer's annual package/salary.
14-08-2019 03:14 PM
Unregistered Any fresh grad joined recently as perm position may I know what is the salary
14-08-2019 10:43 AM
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Looking through LinkedIn and trying to decide whether to join. Noticed that there are directors and AVP, Senior manager. What is the difference in terms of the job grade? HR mentioned that

M6 - SVP
M5- VP

But below that, how does director or AVP or Senior manager map to the M grade?
Director/AVP/Senior manager refers to M4 from what I understand from HR. Senior manager is an internal facing appointment. Director/AVP is for external facing and printed on your biz card depending who you are fronting.
14-08-2019 10:41 AM
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Am a recent joiner at the M4 grade. Around $14k /month but that could also be due to the adjustment upwards after removing AWS.
Same here, joined this year at M4 around $14K/month.
15-07-2019 03:34 PM
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The only thing gd abt ST is the pantry is very big and nice, rest of thing is nothing one
If the pantry start shrinking, you all (underpaid engineers since April 2016) can then start going on a strike, collectively as a team. Bring down the stock, show the senior management that it is time to wake up. Inspired by EVA Air. lol
15-07-2019 01:09 AM
zero_88 The only thing gd abt ST is the pantry is very big and nice, rest of thing is nothing one
14-07-2019 05:09 PM
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They even remove the national day bonus and also new joiners no more option to buy stock. So what do you think?
Only the ST's Engineers can help themselves to be paid the market rate annually. I see that their stock is doing extremely well... No need to say too obvious. If you know what I mean. lol.
14-07-2019 04:57 AM
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Erm.. if I am not wrong, ST are paying their engineers like an executive. Meaning to say, non-engineering and engineering degrees are paid the same. and of course it depends on the class of honors obtained as well, and also the university attended. Also, NS are not taken into consideration for additional salary, which is a disappointment. I wonder if there are any positive changes after restructuring?
They even remove the national day bonus and also new joiners no more option to buy stock. So what do you think?
12-07-2019 11:18 PM
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well at least with an engineering degree, your pay will be higher than a non-engineering grad givent tha both are doing the same non-engineering role
Erm.. if I am not wrong, ST are paying their engineers like an executive. Meaning to say, non-engineering and engineering degrees are paid the same. and of course it depends on the class of honors obtained as well, and also the university attended. Also, NS are not taken into consideration for additional salary, which is a disappointment. I wonder if there are any positive changes after restructuring?
12-07-2019 10:17 PM
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Yes they still are underpaying. Most likely fresh graduate will join now.

And they remove the stock purchase option for newcomers from this year onwards. So, nothing to look forward for the newcomers except maybe stable job
well at least with an engineering degree, your pay will be higher than a non-engineering grad givent tha both are doing the same non-engineering role
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