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Yesterday 08:13 PM
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Not new to ranking exercise, but this year coupled with my midlife crisis it hit me really hard. Almost everybody below geo5 was working WAY above their pay grade. We had geo3 internally appointed SHs and AYHs, all jostling for As and Bs. Their work life balance is nonexistent and they are always being chased out by the OSO at 7pm. We have a geo4 HOD holding double portfolio because another HOD ragequit. We have young GEO5 (33yo) straddling 4 committees and 48 periods per week.

What is going on with our system? Why is it a requirement to work two or three grades above your subgrade and why are people being labelled poor team players with bad organisational awareness and being accused of "quiet quitting" if they just do their jobs and nothing more?
Because not everyone is working equally hard. So those who are willing are picking up the slack for those who arenít.
Yesterday 06:51 PM
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I was wondering, when you change scheme eg. MX to EO or AED to EO, how is the MOE long service award counted for EO? Starting from the time you join MOE on MX/AED scheme or from the time you become EO? TIA
Civil service LSA counts from the time you became a civil servant. If you resign and rejoin then it resets. If you do lateral transfer but still remain a civil servant then the count continues.
Yesterday 06:49 PM
Unregistered Not new to ranking exercise, but this year coupled with my midlife crisis it hit me really hard. Almost everybody below geo5 was working WAY above their pay grade. We had geo3 internally appointed SHs and AYHs, all jostling for As and Bs. Their work life balance is nonexistent and they are always being chased out by the OSO at 7pm. We have a geo4 HOD holding double portfolio because another HOD ragequit. We have young GEO5 (33yo) straddling 4 committees and 48 periods per week.

What is going on with our system? Why is it a requirement to work two or three grades above your subgrade and why are people being labelled poor team players with bad organisational awareness and being accused of "quiet quitting" if they just do their jobs and nothing more?
Yesterday 01:33 PM
Unregistered I was wondering, when you change scheme eg. MX to EO or AED to EO, how is the MOE long service award counted for EO? Starting from the time you join MOE on MX/AED scheme or from the time you become EO? TIA
03-12-2022 11:14 PM
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Imagine the kind of retards who would work such long hours in a boring job teaching the same worthless curriculum for years on end for **** pay.
Nice try buddy
03-12-2022 04:39 PM
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Hi all, enquiring about CONNECT payout. I understand that it is paid at the end of 4th CONNECT year. I completed my practicum in 2020, which I understand is counted as year 0 as it is "not a full year of trained teaching". I also got a D grade that year which I'm not sure if it affects my CONNECT payout.

Anyways, based on my HRP it shows 1 CONNECT deposit which is in Dec 2021. I am expecting the same for Dec 2022 as well. Am I right to say that I will only be credited the 1st payout in Dec 2024? Thank in advance for those who can weigh in.
2021, 2022, 2023, 2024 - so yes, first payout in Dec 2024

also, how did you end up with a D?
03-12-2022 12:59 PM
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CONNECT 1st payout

Hi all, enquiring about CONNECT payout. I understand that it is paid at the end of 4th CONNECT year. I completed my practicum in 2020, which I understand is counted as year 0 as it is "not a full year of trained teaching". I also got a D grade that year which I'm not sure if it affects my CONNECT payout.

Anyways, based on my HRP it shows 1 CONNECT deposit which is in Dec 2021. I am expecting the same for Dec 2022 as well. Am I right to say that I will only be credited the 1st payout in Dec 2024? Thank in advance for those who can weigh in.
02-12-2022 09:24 PM
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Got such rule????
My sch is one of those. Next year, They want students to wear sch uniform so as a result, want teachers to also dress up
02-12-2022 03:00 PM
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Im sure they were. Explains why u ended up like this.
Imagine the kind of retards who would work such long hours in a boring job teaching the same worthless curriculum for years on end for **** pay.
02-12-2022 02:44 PM
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Teaching is a joke of a profession, only morons will take up such a job, which explains why most of my teachers were morons.
Im sure they were. Explains why u ended up like this.
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