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Today 01:19 PM
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Hi, fresh grad here offer a 3yr contract in a stat board and starting work in mid july. Would like to ask if anyone knows if during my 6 month probation, am I eligible to pro-rated AWS and end year bonus? Also, i heard from a friend that public sector must work more than 1 year to be eligible for PB in march. Can anyone verify if it's true? Thanks in advance.
aws prorated.
PB and AVC (if any) will be prorated as well. but pb will be based on prorate of default banding
Today 03:03 AM
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Hi, fresh grad here offer a 3yr contract in a stat board and starting work in mid july. Would like to ask if anyone knows if during my 6 month probation, am I eligible to pro-rated AWS and end year bonus? Also, i heard from a friend that public sector must work more than 1 year to be eligible for PB in march. Can anyone verify if it's true? Thanks in advance.
Hi, mind sharing the amount offered by the SB to help other forumers? To answer your qns, you will be getting the prorated AWS n year end.
Today 01:56 AM
Unregistered Hi, fresh grad here offer a 3yr contract in a stat board and starting work in mid july. Would like to ask if anyone knows if during my 6 month probation, am I eligible to pro-rated AWS and end year bonus? Also, i heard from a friend that public sector must work more than 1 year to be eligible for PB in march. Can anyone verify if it's true? Thanks in advance.
Today 01:34 AM
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should allowance be factored into monthly gross given that allowance is a fixed monthly sum? (i.e. gross pay = basic + allowance)
It is better to use just the basic pay (not adding any component) and annual pay (based on income tax total income) for reference.

Monthly gross will be the total income reflected in your income tax divided by 12.
Yesterday 09:50 PM
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Interestingly, a direct 1 year contract under a SB which I received a while ago has no entitlement to any of the usual bonuses/AWS, just a completion bonus subject to performance. Also appears to be missing are some benefits such as flexible benefits which i read up in Glassdoor for the SB.

Is this the norm?
doesnt sound like the norm to me...im a 1 yr contract staff but im eligible to all leave, benefits and bonuses. I agree w the other reply that yours feels like a 3rd party contract
Yesterday 08:58 PM
Unregistered Various ministries and stat boards do hire short term contract staff (eg 6mths, 1yr). Probably referring to this? Salary terms are likely different for those on such contracts
Yesterday 08:53 PM
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i never heard before. you may want to confirm if you are direct contract to the SB.

completion bonus kind of contract are usually contract with third party partner.
I believe it is a direct contract since I have been dealing with the SB's HR all along and the contract plus the wall of text of rules, terms and conditions are all from the SB. No signs of any third party partner anywhere.

Maybe it is the practice of this particular SB for such temporary 1 year or less contract roles?
Yesterday 08:30 PM
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Interestingly, a direct 1 year contract under a SB which I received a while ago has no entitlement to any of the usual bonuses/AWS, just a completion bonus subject to performance. Also appears to be missing are some benefits such as flexible benefits which i read up in Glassdoor for the SB.

Is this the norm?
i never heard before. you may want to confirm if you are direct contract to the SB.

completion bonus kind of contract are usually contract with third party partner.
Yesterday 08:02 PM
navi
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SUSS is SIM. Tbh, Civil service prefers the 3 local universities.
yeah but suss is localised now although not as recognised as the other 3 local ones. i think should be fine?

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if you are already in, you need to change SB or min to effect it
my friend is one live example.. he joined SB with his diploma (degree due in 6mths), after he got his degree, HR "claim" his offering is already tied to fresh grad, so didnt adjust anything

2 years later, he was promoted to AM. and his team recruit a fresh grad who is the same job grade as him, AM also
ahh i see thanks for the insight.
Yesterday 07:42 PM
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Anyone here knows how much the difference is when one gets hired with a degree w honours and a degree w pass? Currently in a SB, and thinking whether to pursue a degree in business in SUSS without honours or go for accounting with honours for future prospect. However, I have not much interest in accounting. Wanna know if there is really a huge difference w and w/o honours. I did search on this forum but can't find anything pertaining to the salary.
SUSS is SIM. Tbh, Civil service prefers the 3 local universities.
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