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18-10-2021 06:22 PM
Tired, exhausted
Just wanted to rant

Hello all,

Just wanted to release some tension here. If all goes well, I will receive my Connect Plan payment next year. However, I am just so exhausted and drained from teaching. I desperately need a break!!!

Right now, I am barely hanging in there. I know the holidays are coming but it brings no relief whatsoever.
18-10-2021 09:46 AM
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You take mc for psle marking? Will you be ‘marked’?

Feeling unwell.
Pls rest. Health is more impt. You are replaceable by the govt. but your family cannot replace you.
17-10-2021 03:33 PM
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What happens if…

You take mc for psle marking? Will you be ‘marked’?

Feeling unwell.
17-10-2021 11:55 AM
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Transport claim

Hi, under what scenarios can moe teachers claim reimbursement for private car hire transport?
15-10-2021 01:06 AM
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It takes years to hone apple polishing skills.
It is good for young managerial teachers to interact with vps and ps and various hods, to develop a longitudinal approach to strategic favoritism, that will last the change of principals.
just because one has good rapport, u call tat apple polishing.
14-10-2021 04:31 AM
Unregistered For MX scale queries, think you're probably better off asking at the "Job Application with MOE (non-teaching position)" thread (can search for it).

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Hi

anyone from MOE, who understands the job hierarchy well can shed some light ?

I do see, senior head, manager, senior manager, Assistant director, etc., may I ask which how does the hierachy work?

Lets say, I am career switching to senior head role, what will be the most probable salary range?
13-10-2021 11:16 PM
kurashi Hi

anyone from MOE, who understands the job hierarchy well can shed some light ?

I do see, senior head, manager, senior manager, Assistant director, etc., may I ask which how does the hierachy work?

Lets say, I am career switching to senior head role, what will be the most probable salary range?
13-10-2021 09:04 AM
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It's logical for salary progression to be time-gated, but it feels like the civil service system takes it to an extreme such that you see young management appointees drawing non-management salaries for years and years (because they are still stuck in non-management subgrades). Forget the high tier scholars for a moment but you have some truly capable young officers who are severely underpaid for the level of responsibility on their shoulders.

This is why we have brain drain of the genuinely capable ones, and are left with the mediocre scholars climbing to the top, who know they are not good enough to perform outside of the CS.
It takes years to hone apple polishing skills.
It is good for young managerial teachers to interact with vps and ps and various hods, to develop a longitudinal approach to strategic favoritism, that will last the change of principals.
13-10-2021 08:48 AM
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as do civil servants
It's logical for salary progression to be time-gated, but it feels like the civil service system takes it to an extreme such that you see young management appointees drawing non-management salaries for years and years (because they are still stuck in non-management subgrades). Forget the high tier scholars for a moment but you have some truly capable young officers who are severely underpaid for the level of responsibility on their shoulders.

This is why we have brain drain of the genuinely capable ones, and are left with the mediocre scholars climbing to the top, who know they are not good enough to perform outside of the CS.
12-10-2021 10:35 PM
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Increment is not based on posting or appointment. There are only 3 ways to get an increment:

1. Merit increment in April
2. Promotion increment
3. Salary adjustment affecting your subgrade (e.g. service-wide salary increase)
as do civil servants
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