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Today 01:16 AM
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They have a formula to calculate base on work expnand scheme of service.
Thanks so much for your reply! I have around 6 years exp but severely underpaid so for expected didnít put so high...hopefully it will be a reasonable figure
Today 01:12 AM
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Hi
Anyone got exp of CS lowball if now you are underpaid in the private sector and state expected salary as only a bit higher? Will you still be paid within the range or they will give you what you put since lower?
TIA!
They have a formula to calculate base on work expnand scheme of service.
Today 01:09 AM
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Chances of lowballed

Hi
Anyone got exp of CS lowball if now you are underpaid in the private sector and state expected salary as only a bit higher? Will you still be paid within the range or they will give you what you put since lower?
TIA!
Yesterday 11:49 PM
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Most of the role are contract position now.

Even if it is advertise as permanent, you will have to go through a year or two as contract before they decide to emplace you as a permanent.
Still got difference. Specifically contract position with fixed timeline is not a perm headcount
Yesterday 11:14 PM
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The interview process is very long with many stage to go through... Is it worth to apply contract position?
Most of the role are contract position now.

Even if it is advertise as permanent, you will have to go through a year or two as contract before they decide to emplace you as a permanent.
Yesterday 09:06 PM
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The interview process is very long with many stage to go through... Is it worth to apply contract position?
What do u want to get out of working for a year?
Yesterday 04:42 PM
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Long timeframe

The interview process is very long with many stage to go through... Is it worth to apply contract position?
Yesterday 11:09 AM
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Usually for people in civil service which is non executive level but is local uni degree holder.
How should I go about in applying to executive level job ?
Have to leave civil service and apply through career gov ?

The rule is they wont promote the person because he now has a degree. But he can apply a new role and job under the degree job lvel role
Yesterday 09:22 AM
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Usually for people in civil service which is non executive level but is local uni degree holder.
How should I go about in applying to executive level job ?
Have to leave civil service and apply through career gov ?
14-01-2021 09:00 PM
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After get a 1 year contract job offer by the Civil Service... what type of checkup will be done for the medical checkup. How fast will the medical checkup result be released & eventually start work.
I tot on the day will know since its just a basic check
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