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  1. Civil servants to get mid-year bonus of 0.45 month in July and a one-off lump sum payment of $200 SINGAPORE: Civil servants in Singapore will receive a 0.45-month mid-year bonus and a one-off payment of at least S$200, the Public Service Division (PSD) said on Thursday (Jun 13).
  2. oh, ours definitely cannot do it... cos they must have the dignity and also to keep up their standard of living
  3. Picnic06-Biante15

    Div 3 Civil Servant No Pay Cut After 62

    CNA : Division 3 public officers who are re-employed will continue at the same grade and salary, starting August 1. SINGAPORE: Division 3 public officers who are re-employed will continue at the same grade and salary, starting August 1. The Public Service Division (PSD) said these officers typically perform clerical duties or front-line operational functions. PSD said Division 3 officers join Division 4 officers who have been on these terms since April 1, 2012. PSD said the revision provides greater certainty for lower-wage public officers when they are re-employed. This is one of the outcomes of a PSD review of Public Service re-employment guidelines. Currently, most public officers who are re-employed at the same grade have their salaries adjusted to the mid-point of their salary range. PSD said this is in line with the Tripartite Guidelines on Re-employment of Older Employees. The revised Public Service guidelines will also see more re-employed Division 1 and 2 officers continuing at the same grade and salary. For those whose salaries are to be adjusted, the adjustment is capped at 15 per cent. PSD added that this is in line with private sector market practice after the Retirement and Re-employment Act came into effect in January 2012. PSD's director of Career Development and Management, Mr Tan Hoe Soon, said: "The Public Service values the experience and skills of our mature officers. With the revised terms, we hope to encourage more able officers to continue working after they turn 62 years." PSD said the revised re-employment guidelines will see most public officers re-employed at the same grade and same salary. It added that it will continue to monitor private sector practice and will offer re-employment terms that are reflective of market practice. PSD drew up a set of guidelines to provide a structured framework on the re-employment of officers up to age 65 years in the Public Service. This was done in consultation with public service agencies and public sector unions. The guidelines took effect on July 1, 2011. PSD said nine in 10 retiring public officers have been offered re-employment in the past two years. Responding to the announcement, the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) said it is happy that PSD has responded positively to its feedback and calls to review re-employment pay policy in the public sector. It welcomed the Civil Service's decision to let re-employed Division 4 employees last year and re-employed Division 3 employees from 1 August 2013 to continue on the same job and the same pay. On PSD's decision to re-employ Division 1 and Division 2 officers on the same grade as far as possible and to retain their pay levels subject to the value of the job, NTUC said this will help "align public sector outcomes with the broad private sector experience". - CNA/fa At least one piece of good news before National Day .......
  4. This is the chap that kapo over 600k in the course of his work in MHA. From Straits Times: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_752175.html Civil servant jailed 8 years and 8 months for cheating Published on Jan 5, 2012 A civil servant who cheated the government by submitting forged approval documents for purchases of gift vouchers was jailed for eight years and eight months on Thursday. Liew Chee Meng, 35, an assistant executive with the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), pleaded guilty to 22 charges of cheating involving $61,985 and six of converting properties representing his benefits from criminal conduct totalling $131,280. The fraud was committed over four years from 2007 to early last year. His duties included helping in the procurement of and processing payments for prizes used in activities and competitions organised by MHA's Strategic Planning and Development Division (SPPD) where he was attached to. Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Tan Ken Hwee said Liew caused the MHA to procure some $617,087 worth of Takashimaya, CapitaLand and Isetan gift vouchers with the intention of using them for his personal benefit.
  5. Ngiam Tong Dow called on PAP to win back trust from Singaporeans July 4th, 2011 | Author: Temasek Review Former head of the civil service Ngiam Tong Dow has called on the repressive PAP regime to win back trust from Singaporeans after a watershed election which saw it losing a GRC for the first time. In an article published in the Straits Times last Saturday, Mr Ngiam opined that young Singaporeans today will not easily give the government the benefit of the doubt and will judge it by its actions, not just promises unlike the older generation. He proposed changing two aspects in PAP policies
  6. "The main salary component for senior officers that varies with economic growth is the GDP Bonus. GDP bonus is zero if GDP growth is 2% or below, but accounts for a maximum of about 1/4 of the annual salary of senior officers, or 8 months, when the GDP growth exceeds 10%. Hence, during the downturn in 2009 and 2010, no GDP Bonus was paid. This contributed to a 18-22.5% reduction in annual salaries of senior officers for the two years. This year, in 2011, based on the exceptionally high 2010 GDP growth, officers will get the maximum rate of GDP Bonus," Deputy Prime Minister Teo in Parliament today......
  7. Booboon

    Civil servant huat ar!

    just saw cna, gov to gif 2 month bonus, add their dec pay, they will get 3 month in total.
  8. http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...134&DL=1213
  9. aiya saw on CNA that garment will not pay bonus if GDP falls below 2% this year.. think the private sector will also have excuse not to give too
  10. Dearjoshua

    Life of a Civil Servant....

    Hi, any bros here in civil service or stuatory boards?? how is life as compared to private sector?? OT, benefits, etc??
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