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Today 12:37 AM
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What does having a "lean" CS mean?

It could mean many things e.g.

-paying less while requiring more output from workers
-shrinking the force perhaps by attrition

Either way...reducing the pb, increment, and mid/end yr bonus are ways to achieve this.

We have seen what happened to last year end bonus. Watching the PB to see if the messaging is consistent.
Lean cs also mean removing some of the jiak liao bees that permeate some places
Today 12:27 AM
Unregistered What does having a "lean" CS mean?

It could mean many things e.g.

-paying less while requiring more output from workers
-shrinking the force perhaps by attrition

Either way...reducing the pb, increment, and mid/end yr bonus are ways to achieve this.

We have seen what happened to last year end bonus. Watching the PB to see if the messaging is consistent.
Yesterday 09:35 PM
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So all in all, how much bonus will an average performing civil servant get for the whole of 2019?
2months sound reasonable
Yesterday 06:34 PM
Unregistered So all in all, how much bonus will an average performing civil servant get for the whole of 2019?
Yesterday 06:30 PM
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You mean resign as in terminate service and not tender right? As long as i am in service i get the PB, if i understand u correctly?
Those serving notice will not be entitled to pb.


Is the two months salary worth your better prospect pre sector?


I say either forgo pb, just jump.
Or take pb and serve notice after pb is in it bank account
Yesterday 06:20 PM
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The moment you resign without the PB being credited to your account the PB is forfeited. Even one day before also forfeited.
You mean resign as in terminate service and not tender right? As long as i am in service i get the PB, if i understand u correctly?
Yesterday 05:16 PM
Unregistered The moment you resign without the PB being credited to your account the PB is forfeited. Even one day before also forfeited.
Yesterday 04:08 PM
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I think once they announce pb and pb credited to your account. U can serve notice and resign.

So for three months notice about June?

But pb is quite sad. Generally abt two months. If u got a nice job offer now just jump.
I am wondering if there is a need to wait till pb credited. Can't i give a 1 month notice in feb and serve a little bit past the day when pb is credited?
Yesterday 01:39 PM
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I think once they announce pb and pb credited to your account. U can serve notice and resign.

So for three months notice about June?

But pb is quite sad. Generally abt two months. If u got a nice job offer now just jump.
2 months PB is considered sad?
Yesterday 01:30 PM
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Quick qn. If i resign say late feb or early march, will i still get my PB for this year? If not, till when should i stay?
I think once they announce pb and pb credited to your account. U can serve notice and resign.

So for three months notice about June?

But pb is quite sad. Generally abt two months. If u got a nice job offer now just jump.
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