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Today 06:19 PM
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Is CS hiring on contractual basis nowadays?
i think its civil/public service hiring policy. many years already. new hires all on contract basis, pass probation, dont screw up, then perm (timeline varies).
Today 06:09 PM
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Yes. On average, 2.5 to 4 months while high performers get in excess of 5 to 6 months. Much like banks and other private sector companies
mas dont have aws. do mas have avc or any other bonus component or jus PB?
Today 06:06 PM
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its a good offer unlikely any room for offer and all new hires (including more senior appointments e.g. even SAD/DD/Dirs) are on contract terms. perm will come eventually.
Is CS hiring on contractual basis nowadays?
Today 05:50 PM
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Hi Gurus here,

I'm a local fresh grad. 25 this year, male with NS. economics degree 2nd upper.

just got offered by msf,

gross: $3560
grade: MX13
2 years contract

Is this a reasonable offer? Is there any room for negotiation (to 3800)?
Is it normal for fresh grads to get 2 year contracts, and not perm positions? Or is it just because of the covid situation?

Thanks!
its a good offer unlikely any room for offer and all new hires (including more senior appointments e.g. even SAD/DD/Dirs) are on contract terms. perm will come eventually.
Today 05:45 PM
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Lol i'm pretty sure MAS total comp is one of the highest in the civil/public service...
lol definitely not. have another friend same age, getting easily 15k more than my package.
Today 05:34 PM
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Hi Gurus here,

I'm a local fresh grad. 25 this year, male with NS. economics degree 2nd upper.

just got offered by msf,

gross: $3560
grade: MX13
2 years contract

Is this a reasonable offer? Is there any room for negotiation (to 3800)?
Is it normal for fresh grads to get 2 year contracts, and not perm positions? Or is it just because of the covid situation?

Thanks!
It's already on the high side already for MSF. Not much room for upwards nego i think, prob 3.6ish max. Quite a good one given current climate considering you're fresh grad. Good luck!
Today 05:34 PM
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depending on which role/dept you're from. some can be 1.5-2.5mths while others can go up to 4-6.
Yes. On average, 2.5 to 4 months while high performers get in excess of 5 to 6 months. Much like banks and other private sector companies
Today 05:30 PM
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can share how many months for average performer?
depending on which role/dept you're from. some can be 1.5-2.5mths while others can go up to 4-6.
Today 05:28 PM
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Hi Gurus here,

I'm a local fresh grad. 25 this year, male with NS. economics degree 2nd upper.

just got offered by msf,

gross: $3560
grade: MX13
2 years contract

Is this a reasonable offer? Is there any room for negotiation (to 3800)?
Is it normal for fresh grads to get 2 year contracts, and not perm positions? Or is it just because of the covid situation?

Thanks!

Are you able to give us more information on the position you got offered? What kind of role? Frontline officer, policy officer etc? Usually the salary is fixed ah so you should check if the salary corresponds to the typical pay of your role
Today 05:23 PM
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Lol i'm pretty sure MAS total comp is one of the highest in the civil/public service...
can share how many months for average performer?
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