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Today 01:10 PM
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There are many talks on salary of AD an DD.

Just wondering anyone knows the salary range of Director and Group Director and average local uni degree grad will take how long to reach it.
most will never reach D and above.
a small percentage will reach DD (mx9).

ps : i am not referring to DD is some SB like PA or CPF
Today 08:05 AM
Unregistered There are many talks on salary of AD an DD.

Just wondering anyone knows the salary range of Director and Group Director and average local uni degree grad will take how long to reach it.
Yesterday 05:37 PM
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30 year old. 3 years relevant working experience.

Served NS.

Overseas Uni.

Last drawn was $4450. Just been offered $4600. i.e. 3% increase in base pay.

HR / Org Development work.

Is this base salary a good offer?

For advise, please. Thank you.
Just take it. HR functions within the public service is pretty zuo bo.

Itís a good place to play around for 2 - 3 years jump straight to Mercer or Govt Relations jobs with MNCs.
Yesterday 03:25 PM
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30 year old. 3 years relevant working experience.

Served NS.

Overseas Uni.

Last drawn was $4450. Just been offered $4600. i.e. 3% increase in base pay.

HR / Org Development work.

Is this base salary a good offer?

For advise, please. Thank you.
My view is that it's decent and nothing out of norm. You should also compare the yearly package vs previous job for better comparison.
Yesterday 01:14 PM
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To advise better, could you let us know your age, whether you served NS, local/pte/overseas University for degree and last drawn pay.
30 year old. 3 years relevant working experience.

Served NS.

Overseas Uni.

Last drawn was $4450. Just been offered $4600. i.e. 3% increase in base pay.

HR / Org Development work.

Is this base salary a good offer?

For advise, please. Thank you.
Yesterday 12:49 PM
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Masters in Psychology; Overseas uni.

3 years relevant working experience. Offered by SB $4600. Doing HR / Org Development work.

Is this base salary a good offer?

For advise, please. Thank you.
To advise better, could you let us know your age, whether you served NS, local/pte/overseas University for degree and last drawn pay.
Yesterday 12:03 PM
Unregistered Masters in Psychology; Overseas uni.

3 years relevant working experience. Offered by SB $4600. Doing HR / Org Development work.

Is this base salary a good offer?

For advise, please. Thank you.
Yesterday 04:10 AM
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does it mean that only engineers need to bear the bad economic outlook?
not to forgot most engineers are also essential service staff and are working on the ground, not management staff
Agree with this. Really unfair that most of us engineers are working tirelessly some even on site during cb period and didn't receive our MAC. It was introduced as a form of retaining specialised skills in IT, engineering etc. and by not giving won't it defeats the purpose in retaining these skills? I foresee a number of engineers leaving due to this.[/QUOTE]

As mentioned by another guy, you are free to quit if you feel that the compensation is too low. The fact that most of the engineers are staying shows that the current compensation package is adequate to retain them. So why should govt pay?
Yesterday 01:56 AM
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Good for you then. If so what's the point of coming this forum to post so much about non-payment of MAC? Too free ah? Lol.
no la. defer to dec also not 100% will get. and i am expecting it in Aug until the recent news on the defer.
damn irritated.
Yesterday 12:39 AM
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does it mean that only engineers need to bear the bad economic outlook?
not to forgot most engineers are also essential service staff and are working on the ground, not management staff
Agree with this. Really unfair that most of us engineers are working tirelessly some even on site during cb period and didn't receive our MAC. It was introduced as a form of retaining specialised skills in IT, engineering etc. and by not giving won't it defeats the purpose in retaining these skills? I foresee a number of engineers leaving due to this.[/QUOTE]

Someone said it was only deferred? You said not receiving anything? Are you telling the truth?
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