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15-04-2020 12:23 AM
Unregistered The newly introduced Performance Bonus system in 2020 may seem lucrative but the revised Merit Increment system in 2020 may be unfair to some.

Heard that new officers (e.g. served 1 to 3 years) are getting higher increment amounts which were never offered to "existing then new officers" in the past years.

A number of longer serving officers (3 years and more) are experiencing increments cut by almost half. Wonder if HR has forgotten that the group of longer serving staff also started very low, learn and grow through the years? Also, unlike longer serving officers, new officers do actually qualify for any pro-rated bonus without passing probation!

Does this mean that new staff will be happy for the first few years and later face the same situation as longer serving staff?
21-11-2019 09:42 PM

how is the job in the CPF enforcement (investigation and compliance) investigation officer like?
salary ranges?
03-11-2019 09:31 PM
Unregistered As someone who is currently working in CPF (close to 3 years, and overall 8 years+ in 2 different agencies in the Service), I can say CPF is one of the agencies that is willing to change and quite fun to work in. CPF is also one of the 'youngest' in the Service, not the newest agency but having the youngest workforce as compared to other agencies.

The Core Management makes an effort to hear its workforce and make lots of changes to allow ownership in our work and allow us to come out with new ideas to tackle difficult challenges..
16-10-2019 12:54 PM
Unregistered how was the interview for application consultant for 2 years contract.
they have mentioned written assessment is also there?
what kind of questions do they ask
26-07-2019 03:14 PM
rapier82 Any insights?
23-07-2019 12:07 PM
Unregistered would like to know as well
22-07-2019 02:02 PM
rapier82 Hi, any updates on this thread? Is there work life balance working in this place?
16-03-2018 08:33 AM
Unregistered Lowest tier of the public sector chain, bad and lousy and full of politics and most are actually making their way out.
20-09-2017 08:54 PM
Unregistered anyone can share?
heard that it is quite shiong.
05-09-2017 01:23 PM
Unregistered Anyone have experience working in there and can share?
IT department.
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