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18-11-2022 09:51 AM
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have received a verbal offer and submitted references etc. They just told me to wait for the "offer letter". It has been more than one week and still haven't heard back. Anyone has experience how long HR would take to actually email you the offer letter?
Very long, sometime 3days before you start work too. Don't resign until you have received the formal letter of offer.
04-11-2022 04:35 PM
Unregistered have received a verbal offer and submitted references etc. They just told me to wait for the "offer letter". It has been more than one week and still haven't heard back. Anyone has experience how long HR would take to actually email you the offer letter?
20-10-2022 01:07 PM
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How is the performance between nus and ntu for average person?
How do you define average? Maybe give more information on your idea of "average"?
20-10-2022 12:18 PM
Unregistered How is the performance between nus and ntu for average person?
18-10-2022 05:19 PM
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Anyone knows what is the instructor pay and progression looks like in a technical faculty? Masters degree with industry experience. Did research on linkedin it seems that some people get stuck in instructor role and never move up to lecturer.
to get lecturer think u need at least PhD
17-10-2022 03:36 PM
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Anyone knows what is the instructor pay and progression looks like in a technical faculty? Masters degree with industry experience. Did research on linkedin it seems that some people get stuck in instructor role and never move up to lecturer.
15-10-2022 06:46 PM
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Yes I can confirm that, I used to work in NUS, no aws. Had a job offer from NTU 2 year back, was offered aws.
In NUS, the monthly salary is inclusive of the aws. What this means is they split the aws into the monthly salary equally. So instead of getting that one lump sum at year end, you get it in portion throughout the monthly salary.
15-10-2022 10:02 AM
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My friend in NTU told me they have AWS. No AWS in NUS.
Yes I can confirm that, I used to work in NUS, no aws. Had a job offer from NTU 2 year back, was offered aws.
09-10-2022 02:01 PM
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Anyone who have work in ntu and nus share what's the difference like in terms of workload,pay and increment? How about performance bonus too?
My friend in NTU told me they have AWS. No AWS in NUS.
09-10-2022 01:59 PM
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Is NUS a good place for mid-career entrants?

Also, do they have separate HR department for all the different faculty, or is there a centralise HR, anyone knows?

I wonder if one interview for one position, would other departments have access to the interview records? Would references submitted for one job be accessible for another job application?
Absolutely! NUS is the goodest place. Centralized HR, extremely organized system already in place. They managed tens of thousands of students every year. Several thousands staff is easy peasy.

All the best and let us know how it goes!
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