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Thread: Civil Servants get a modest one-off year-end payment of 0.25 month

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    Default Re: Civil Servants get a modest one-off year-end payment of 0.25 month

    In its statement, the Public Service Division (PSD) said on Thursday that the rank-and-file staff will get the full 0.25 month payment while the S$750 cap will help maintain wage restraint.

    Doesn't say anything about the higher ups

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    Default Re: Civil Servants get a modest one-off year-end payment of 0.25 month

    Quote Originally Posted by kaixiang View Post
    In its statement, the Public Service Division (PSD) said on Thursday that the rank-and-file staff will get the full 0.25 month payment while the S$750 cap will help maintain wage restraint.

    Doesn't say anything about the higher ups

    What that statement means: the rank-and-file staff will get the full 0.25 month payment (assuming their gross is under 3k), while the $750 will help maintain wage restraint (means everybody else, higher-ups included, gets $750)

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    Default Re: Civil Servants get a modest one-off year-end payment of 0.25 month

    I see! Thanks for the clarification. I'm partially glad that the civil service is voluntarily being 'fair' but at the same time I feel kind of bad for those who are over performing but have to have their year-end payment capped. Hopefully, this will not be a problem for the guys out there who are in the civil service

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