Civil servants to get lower year-end bonus
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Most to get 0.1 month bonus plus lump sum as Govt exercises restraint amid weak economy

Most of Singapore's 85,000 civil servants will get a year-end bonus that is the lowest in 10 years, amid the weak performance of the Singapore economy and its uncertain outlook.

They will receive 0.1month plus and additional one-off lump sum payment of $250 to $1,500.

Civil servants in the lower pay grades, however, will get higher lump sum payouts- an ongoing government practice to support junior grade officers.

The move will see about 2,200 officers in Grades III to V of the operations Support Scheme getting the top lump sum of $1,500.

Senior civil servants in super scale grades, numbering around 1,700, will be givena one-off payment of $400, without the 0.1 month annual variable component (AVC).

The lower bonus was announced by the Public Service Division (PSD) yesterday.......

Part of an article found in today's The New Paper
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but Ministers' pay no change.... Big smile
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more taxes to maintain salaries.
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3-12-2019 9:31 AM
Alice Alicia said:
but Ministers' pay no change.... Big smile
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What a big difference in renumeration between our ministers and that of other countries, even with USA,India and China....... Crying Rolling on the flor laughing
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