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03-11-2013 06:27 PM
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Man... I would love if i got a job in Dongguan. KTV every friday and saturday night!
Depends on how much you are earning.
01-11-2013 04:20 PM
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are you from China?
Average Singaporean grade from local uni and served 2yrs 4months in NS and quite badly disadvantaged...

Pay increase will have to wait till they offer. I didn't even put a expected salary when I filled up the form. Don't think they should have a problem with offering an okay package.

Anyways, I have some complications with my current company that I'm more worried about...... Realised its quite hard to get out of a rut after making a few bad choices at work in a row.
01-11-2013 01:27 PM
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dude read properly, dun b lazy
oops… thanks.
01-11-2013 12:32 PM
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are you from China?
dude read properly, dun b lazy
01-11-2013 10:55 AM
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Found out its a pared down "expat package" minus the country club, school fees stuff, and one-off bonus. Have 3 return trips instead.

80% of salary in sgd and 20% in yuan. Is this common? Thought it makes some sense thou. CPF contributions, tax exemption etc.

By the way, its not with MNC.
are you from China?
01-11-2013 10:23 AM
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Found out its a pared down "expat package" minus the country club, school fees stuff, and one-off bonus. Have 3 return trips instead.

80% of salary in sgd and 20% in yuan. Is this common? Thought it makes some sense thou. CPF contributions, tax exemption etc.

By the way, its not with MNC.
How much is the pay increase?
31-10-2013 10:30 PM
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You better find out what exactly are they hiring you as. I seriously doubt they will offer anything more than 30% of what a local is earning in Donguan unless you are in the senior leadership team.
Found out its a pared down "expat package" minus the country club, school fees stuff, and one-off bonus. Have 3 return trips instead.

80% of salary in sgd and 20% in yuan. Is this common? Thought it makes some sense thou. CPF contributions, tax exemption etc.

By the way, its not with MNC.
31-10-2013 05:59 AM
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You better find out what exactly are they hiring you as. I seriously doubt they will offer anything more than 30% of what a local is earning in Donguan unless you are in the senior leadership team.
Yep. I will find out today. The worst that can happen is that they lowball me and I just move on to find another possible new employer.

But its strange that any company would want to do that especially when they know my current salary? How many people would willingly and knowingly take a pay cut and leave everything at home for a similar job in a place with somewhat lower general standards?
30-10-2013 10:37 PM
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Thanks.

I have a better idea what to expect now.
You better find out what exactly are they hiring you as. I seriously doubt they will offer anything more than 30% of what a local is earning in Donguan unless you are in the senior leadership team.
30-10-2013 09:14 PM
aspenx Thanks.

I have a better idea what to expect now.
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