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05-08-2020 11:46 AM
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i would say unlikely
coz govt want people to spend $$
futher paycut erodes consumer confidence affected
more shop close, more retrenchments.
then a downward spiral
I would think so.
Right now, they are promoting inward spending to keep whatever economy going.
But I am expecting CPF cut at the employer side. That is why the NWC is meeting up soon.
04-08-2020 11:51 PM
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I thought will still have cos MAC is not a variable bonus?
Isn't it pegged to private sector and based on economy? Not hopeful at all in getting MAC this year
04-08-2020 09:43 PM
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Will MAC be paid in august? Or this year bo liao?
I thought will still have cos MAC is not a variable bonus?
04-08-2020 08:26 PM
Unregistered Will MAC be paid in august? Or this year bo liao?
01-08-2020 12:40 AM
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Most companies in private sectors are already not paying AWS.
Many companies incorporate the 13th month into the gross salary. Thatís why private sector salaries often is a lot higher, can hit 5 digits
31-07-2020 08:02 PM
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any chances that there will be pay cut for civil service in view of Covid-19 situation?


i would say unlikely
coz govt want people to spend $$
futher paycut erodes consumer confidence affected
more shop close, more retrenchments.
then a downward spiral
31-07-2020 06:56 PM
Unregistered any chances that there will be pay cut for civil service in view of Covid-19 situation?
31-07-2020 06:09 PM
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It is not compulsory, but skipping that might have huge repercussion... I don't think govt has ever skipped that... and it will send a very strong signal for the private entities to follow suit.
Most companies in private sectors are already not paying AWS.
31-07-2020 05:58 PM
Unregistered I agree with this. I have not read in details whether 13th month is a fixed component or an option. Either way, I believe there are ways to adjust it when the need arises.

At this point in time, my guess is that we will still be paid the 13th month salary.


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It is not compulsory, but skipping that might have huge repercussion... I don't think govt has ever skipped that... and it will send a very strong signal for the private entities to follow suit.
31-07-2020 05:27 PM
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Anyone know if Civil Service will be giving 13th month this year? Heard that 13th month is not compulsory under the contract
Is it written in your contact as a variable thing?

If your contact says youíll be paid, then you would and should get it.

If not just take it as a donation, we are lucky that thereís no pay cut yet
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