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Yesterday 11:08 PM
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Anyone knows what designation MX11A would map into when it comes to MOE HQ? How does MX map into the education grade?
i believe is seo1
Yesterday 09:23 PM
moe_curious Anyone knows what designation MX11A would map into when it comes to MOE HQ? How does MX map into the education grade?
11-10-2019 09:44 PM
Unregistered If transfer of service in CS, at new place must be put on probation contract for first 2 yrs too?
11-10-2019 08:44 PM
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Does salary increase (contract)

on 2 year contract so far good, boss looking to confirm at some point once can.

question, while on contract what bonuses am i eligible (or rather what am i not eligible) for? and are there any increments over the service time (like 1 year mark) or grading?
11-10-2019 07:39 AM
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I am 7, what is the pay range for 9? and how long is the norm for 7 to reach 9.
about 6 to 8.4k..
i am not sure how long, depending on your performance education.. it may take 4yrs and above..
11-10-2019 12:33 AM
Unregistered I am 7, what is the pay range for 9? and how long is the norm for 7 to reach 9.
11-10-2019 12:21 AM
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Hi, I recently joined LTA and during the contract signing the HR officer did mentioned that MAC will be dished out in Aug. May I ask you are of which grade and what's your package?
Good to hear that! I am grade 9, the standard package with mac. How about u?
10-10-2019 10:34 AM
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Dear All, I have a question I find difficult to ask HR about. Let's say I have only a few years experience but joined a stat board with an entry level position, I am close to the upper range of my grade, does it mean that I will be stuck in the upper range if I do not get promoted next year? How does promotion works? Do I have to work 3 years or would I be handled properly to get to the next bracket?
Depends on your stat board.

Some will promote you to open your salary cap. Others may keep you stuck at the cap for a few years, which I suspect may be a deliberate strategic move to save cost.

I have seen both happen. But when they got people trapped at the cap, it could be for many years (I.e. 3 years or more without a single pay increment regardless of grade due to the cap).
10-10-2019 09:31 AM
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Dear All, I have a question I find difficult to ask HR about. Let's say I have only a few years experience but joined a stat board with an entry level position, I am close to the upper range of my grade, does it mean that I will be stuck in the upper range if I do not get promoted next year? How does promotion works? Do I have to work 3 years or would I be handled properly to get to the next bracket?
It depends. I have seen people (with relevant experience) who joined in July at entry level and got promoted next April.

Essentially, to be eligible for a promotion, you need at least 2xBs and 1xC grades within three rolling years. Many other factors to consider such as your CEP, which your sup will likely decide during your next round of appraisal after you've worked for about a year. It also depends on how many people are in the line for promotion in the same year and whether you stood out amongst them too.
10-10-2019 08:11 AM
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Hitting range cap of a certain grade

Dear All, I have a question I find difficult to ask HR about. Let's say I have only a few years experience but joined a stat board with an entry level position, I am close to the upper range of my grade, does it mean that I will be stuck in the upper range if I do not get promoted next year? How does promotion works? Do I have to work 3 years or would I be handled properly to get to the next bracket?
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