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Today 07:22 PM
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MNCs are pools of competition. You can always exit and go back to ST if you think you cannot make it. There are plenty of others around the globe ready to replace you. You being unable to do it doesn't mean others cannot. Many others mitigated overloading and survived. Free market and no free lunch.
He did not say that he did not make it. He just saying that if he want it.

E.g in another company which give you 300 more, you have to work late and face nonsense customer. (More stress and more workload).
Whereby in ST, you get to go home on time.
Which one will you choose?
Today 05:43 PM
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2 years pay jump but workload increased 2 times, will you still want?
Please think before you write this post.

Smart ass
MNCs are pools of competition. You can always exit and go back to ST if you think you cannot make it. There are plenty of others around the globe ready to replace you. You being unable to do it doesn't mean others cannot. Many others mitigated overloading and survived. Free market and no free lunch.
Today 01:18 PM
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Eh fark you la.
When I was in ST increment was like 130 plus.
That's 2 years pay jump smart ass
2 years pay jump but workload increased 2 times, will you still want?
Please think before you write this post.

Smart ass
Today 01:11 PM
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Eh fark you la.
When I was in ST increment was like 130 plus.
That's 2 years pay jump smart ass
Not sure if you are the one that complained in the new company and went back to ST.
If you think it is good, then donít complained.
Today 12:30 PM
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Is it a flat rate? Or depend on rank? Less than 2% is really bad.
In MNC it depends on individual and company performance. I have seen those who got 0% because of losses and poor performance. My highest was 10% that year we made decent profits in our region. The factor deciding is never by paper qualifications.
Not a flat rate, but it's in the region of 1 to 2%. The best I got was 4% but that was under the old management. Under the new management, the percentage is weird. I can have increment percentage up to 2 decimal points. I had 1.76% and my colleagues had 1.68% and 1.83%.

Many who entered STE the same time as me also had left, even if they were promoted and converted to perm. The pay package wasn't the only problem, but definitely was part of the bigger issue.

Since the appraisal gradings are ultimately decided / approved by the senior management, there's only so much things a supervisor can sell for this subordinate.
Today 12:08 PM
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In recent years the average increment that I know is less than 2%.
Is it a flat rate? Or depend on rank? Less than 2% is really bad.
In MNC it depends on individual and company performance. I have seen those who got 0% because of losses and poor performance. My highest was 10% that year we made decent profits in our region. The factor deciding is never by paper qualifications.
Today 10:40 AM
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Non degree holder?
I average out a 210/year of increment in an MNC and I am not even a degree holder.
You need to move.
In recent years the average increment that I know is less than 2%.
Today 10:35 AM
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Wah... You what level? That is 4 for me in ST.
Non degree holder?
I average out a 210/year of increment in an MNC and I am not even a degree holder.
You need to move.
Today 09:35 AM
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Wah... You what level? That is 4 for me in ST.
I E5 project engineer.
Today 09:17 AM
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Eh fark you la.
When I was in ST increment was like 130 plus.
That's 2 years pay jump smart ass
Wah... You what level? That is 4 for me in ST.
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