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25-05-2020 12:11 AM
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Minister Heng talking on thursday right if not wrong.. if he never say anything.. means nothing to worry..
Wrong lah. The public service one is announced in June. Why would they announce it with HSK.
24-05-2020 11:50 PM
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It's coming in June for all.. Mvc component is around 10%
Minister Heng talking on thursday right if not wrong.. if he never say anything.. means nothing to worry..
24-05-2020 10:54 PM
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My Ministry doesnt have a paycut. In fact, there is the standard MI. hehe
It's coming in June for all.. Mvc component is around 10%
24-05-2020 09:15 PM
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I guess some are confused by the ongoings. Just to be clear, it is true that most public servants got/are going to get their MI/PI in April/ June. It doesn't mean that there can't be a paycut. Look at your salary slip and you will notice there is a MVC component. This MVC component is about 8+ percent and is meant to be adjusted if need be in an economic downturn. So whatever MI/PI you get will raise your gross salary and MVC component. Any decrease will likely be on MVC .
spot on

so many noobs in this thread
24-05-2020 08:24 PM
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Look at your salary slip and you will notice there is a MVC component. This MVC component is about 8+ percent and is meant to be adjusted if need be in an economic downturn. So whatever MI/PI you get will raise your gross salary and MVC component. Any decrease will likely be on MVC .
Thanks for sharing. Made me realise there are many acronyms in my salary slip I never bothered to understand before. Tried to Google; the only thing I found was this (HK-based) report on SG's civil service salary structure:

s://.jsscs.gov.hk/en/publications/pwc/appendix_d.htm

Seems like NPVP is another chunk that can be cut during downturns!
24-05-2020 05:05 PM
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You are wrong again.. The pay revision aka cut affects everyone. Low wage workers below $1500 are slightly different.
Dun talk cock lah. Dun be stupid anyhow say. Depends on ministry. If ur HR say u dun get paycut means u dun get paycut. Who are u to assume? Unless u in civil service and u got paycut then we believe u. Dun anyhow spread fakenews and fear mongering.
24-05-2020 05:04 PM
Unregistered My Ministry doesnt have a paycut. In fact, there is the standard MI. hehe

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You are wrong again.. The pay revision aka cut affects everyone. Low wage workers below $1500 are slightly different.
24-05-2020 04:33 PM
Unregistered I guess some are confused by the ongoings. Just to be clear, it is true that most public servants got/are going to get their MI/PI in April/ June. It doesn't mean that there can't be a paycut. Look at your salary slip and you will notice there is a MVC component. This MVC component is about 8+ percent and is meant to be adjusted if need be in an economic downturn. So whatever MI/PI you get will raise your gross salary and MVC component. Any decrease will likely be on MVC .
24-05-2020 04:11 PM
Unregistered Public servants get pay cut, except those in Min and SB.
24-05-2020 04:01 PM
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You are wrong again.. The pay revision aka cut affects everyone. Low wage workers below $1500 are slightly different.
MOE is low wage workers below 1500?? Lol talk cock some more
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