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Yesterday 10:54 PM
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get nus ntu degree instead.
agreed suss useless .... unless u go private sector
Yesterday 09:55 PM
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under no illusions that nus ntu is the top tier for hirer.

will still like to find out if studying for part time SUSS degree really useful in CS? the few ones I know of end up leaving service and join private company instead once / after they got their degree.
get nus ntu degree instead.
Yesterday 09:51 PM
Unregistered under no illusions that nus ntu is the top tier for hirer.

will still like to find out if studying for part time SUSS degree really useful in CS? the few ones I know of end up leaving service and join private company instead once / after they got their degree.
Yesterday 09:03 PM
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Could someone who is with SFA or know someone there shed some light on SFA salary scale?

Is it same as MX scheme?

Is a SFA DD MX10 equivalent? And AD MX11-MX11A equivalent?

Deciding between a Ministry AD MX11A role vs SFA DD role. Ministry HR is moving faster and has made verbal offer. SFA 2nd interview arranged in Jan.
SFA follows MX scheme. What's your current position? Background?
Yesterday 03:44 PM
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SFA salary scale

Could someone who is with SFA or know someone there shed some light on SFA salary scale?

Is it same as MX scheme?

Is a SFA DD MX10 equivalent? And AD MX11-MX11A equivalent?

Deciding between a Ministry AD MX11A role vs SFA DD role. Ministry HR is moving faster and has made verbal offer. SFA 2nd interview arranged in Jan.
02-12-2022 06:16 AM
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Grade C at different substantive grade have different quantum attached to it.

For example, a Grade C at a lower substantive grade is likely to be lesser in terms of quantum to a Grade C at a higher substantive grade. The reason is because as you progress higher, it is generally harder to do what is expected of you.
Appreciate your reply! meaning IPS 5 grade C will be more advantageous than MX12 grade c? because the expectation is lower?
If IPS 5 performance bonus for grade C is 2, MX12 will be 2 as well? (if both grade c)
02-12-2022 12:00 AM
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Hello all! 31 y.o.

Just joined public service. Is there a difference between this MX12 and IPS5? When it comes to PB?
I heard IPS5 is MX13? And if I get C, the bonus payout will be different?

Please enlighten me!
Grade C at different substantive grade have different quantum attached to it.

For example, a Grade C at a lower substantive grade is likely to be lesser in terms of quantum to a Grade C at a higher substantive grade. The reason is because as you progress higher, it is generally harder to do what is expected of you.
01-12-2022 10:05 PM
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Mx12 vs ips5

Hello all! 31 y.o.

Just joined public service. Is there a difference between this MX12 and IPS5? When it comes to PB?
I heard IPS5 is MX13? And if I get C, the bonus payout will be different?

Please enlighten me!
01-12-2022 05:06 PM
Unregistered When is promotion coming?
01-12-2022 04:48 PM
Unregistered Hi, are those under specialist scheme entitled to AWS/13 mth as well?
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