Labour Party of Singapore?

Oilman

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From the Straits Times... what is this ah :whattheh:
 
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Ang Mo Kio GRC MP Ang Hin Kee, who was the Chief Executive of the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) — a labour movement initiative.
 
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Oilman;1024976 said:
From the Straits Times... what is this ah :whattheh:
Another servant that I dont recall the face nor name leading a company that donno has done what and for what.
 
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Just because he's in the labour movement doesn't make him a "Labour MP"...
 
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As of 2007, the allowance for a Singapore Member of Parliament (MP) is 56% of the annual package of Administrative Service SR9 grade, which is the Superscale entry grade. That translates to $13,200 per month. In addition, they get a Non-Pensionable Annual Allowance or the 13th month pay, and the Annual Variable Component paid in July and December each year. They are also eligible for the GDP bonus, and will receive one month of GDP bonus if GDP grows at 5%, and up to two months of GDP bonus if the GDP growth reaches or exceeds 8%. To facilitate their work, Members of Parliament are given a $1300 allowance to engage a Legislative Assistant and $500 to engage a Secretarial Assistant.
 
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Who's at SR9 ? Fresh grads ?

ozipo;1025005 said:
As of 2007, the allowance for a Singapore Member of Parliament (MP) is 56% of the annual package of Administrative Service SR9 grade, which is the Superscale entry grade. That translates to $13,200 per month. In addition, they get a Non-Pensionable Annual Allowance or the 13th month pay, and the Annual Variable Component paid in July and December each year. They are also eligible for the GDP bonus, and will receive one month of GDP bonus if GDP grows at 5%, and up to two months of GDP bonus if the GDP growth reaches or exceeds 8%. To facilitate their work, Members of Parliament are given a $1300 allowance to engage a Legislative Assistant and $500 to engage a Secretarial Assistant.
 
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Red_Bean_Bun;1025009 said:
Who's at SR9 ? Fresh grads ?

SR9 is superscale. if im not wrong, previously know as MX9 (asst director / director level)
Fresh grad is nornally start at MX13; 4 "rank" lower.
 
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ozipo;1025005 said:
As of 2007, the allowance for a Singapore Member of Parliament (MP) is 56% of the annual package of Administrative Service SR9 grade, which is the Superscale entry grade. That translates to $13,200 per month. In addition, they get a Non-Pensionable Annual Allowance or the 13th month pay, and the Annual Variable Component paid in July and December each year. They are also eligible for the GDP bonus, and will receive one month of GDP bonus if GDP grows at 5%, and up to two months of GDP bonus if the GDP growth reaches or exceeds 8%. To facilitate their work, Members of Parliament are given a $1300 allowance to engage a Legislative Assistant and $500 to engage a Secretarial Assistant.

Vansoh;1025027 said:
SR9 is superscale. if im not wrong, previously know as MX9 (asst director / director level)
Fresh grad is nornally start at MX13; 4 "rank" lower.

Wow. Working backwards, if 59% of SR9 = $13,200 per month, then 100% of SR9 (Asst Director / Director level) = $22,400 per month. Which works out to $268,000 per annum, before bonuses, incentives etc. Add all that in, ex SCDF chief Peter Lim would have been drawing near $300,000 a year (and that's being super conservative, because we all know his level would be higher).

And he blew all that on a failed carpark BJ!?!?!?!?!:whatthe::whatthe::whatthe:
 
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Then it must've been true love :lol2:
 
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