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13-01-2021 10:49 AM
Unregistered Hi,

I am being considered for a 1 year rolling contract with govtech in a corporate role. They mentioned no visibility on conversion.

I have 8 years working experience.

I am wondering if anyone knows whether the conversion rate is low or historical experience in them not renewing the contract.
13-01-2021 09:53 AM
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Welcome. VMI forfeited. Leave cannot carry over too.

I think it's fair, PB can carry over more important. Also, the years of service can carry over.
Ok I think fair since the leave encashment can cover the VMI for 1 year.
12-01-2021 10:52 PM
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Thanks for the clarification. How about VMI? I supposed it will be forfeited.
Welcome. VMI forfeited. Leave cannot carry over too.

I think it's fair, PB can carry over more important. Also, the years of service can carry over.
12-01-2021 10:24 PM
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I am joining another stat-board via movement policy. Stat board B will claim my PB from stat-board A after PB announced and my probation with stat board B has completed.
Thanks for the clarification. How about VMI? I supposed it will be forfeited.
12-01-2021 07:06 PM
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I am in the same situation too. Currently perm in a stat board and got offer from another stat board. If I resign and join the other stat board via movement policy, will my pb be forfeited or still be paid? Anyone kind to advise?
I am joining another stat-board via movement policy. Stat board B will claim my PB from stat-board A after PB announced and my probation with stat board B has completed.
11-01-2021 01:26 AM
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I am in the same situation too. Currently perm in a stat board and got offer from another stat board. If I resign and join the other stat board via movement policy, will my pb be forfeited or still be paid? Anyone kind to advise?
movement means as per normal
10-01-2021 11:30 PM
Unregistered I am in the same situation too. Currently perm in a stat board and got offer from another stat board. If I resign and join the other stat board via movement policy, will my pb be forfeited or still be paid? Anyone kind to advise?
09-01-2021 07:51 PM
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Iím currently a perm and is offered an agencyís contract in another SB, to do things that Iíll be more interested in. Should I reject the offer, since PB is coming soon? Will this yearís PB be lower than the past, assuming no change in grading? Thanks!
Heard they will adjust the quantum for each grade so maybe there will be a cut in PB. Best of luck!
09-01-2021 04:29 PM
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Iím currently a perm and is offered an agencyís contract in another SB, to do things that Iíll be more interested in. Should I reject the offer, since PB is coming soon? Will this yearís PB be lower than the past, assuming no change in grading? Thanks!
no there will be same PB so pls join then if it turns out pb cut, we will be happy to see you whine in this forum .
09-01-2021 09:09 AM
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Why do ppl dont think of these questions before they apply?
I always think...until I end up applying for nothing.

People always advise that you should anyhow apply first, think later when you have an offer. Probably what that op did.
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