Civil Servants

Stop The Reemployment of High Ranking Civil Servants in Public and Statutory Boards After 62!

Most government bodies have inverted pyramid structures already. Many are 40-60 years old and draw high salaries. These bunch of post 62yo role in the organisation (civil service and public service, including Stat Board) is quite menial and most of the time is NATO role.

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CIVIL SERVANTS JOB NOT JUST TO FOLLOW BLINDLY, BUT ASK ON HOW THEY CAN IMPRORE THEM

In an interview with the local media, former head of the Civil Service, Mr Peter Ho insisted that Civil Servants' job is not just to follow rules, but also ask how to improve them. Peter Ho was the Head of Civil Service from 2005 to 2010.

Feel that this is another lip service, report coming out just placate civil servants for the very low performance bonus they got this month. They are telling you that you can work creatively and ask questions of your superiors, but at the end of the day, you are still a servant, and you will still be paid relatively low.

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UNPAID FOUR WEEKS CHILDCARE LEAVE! WHO IS GOING TO PAY FOR MY BILLS?

But wait! What;s this? Unpaid child-care leave of four weeks! Already when you give birth, all the hospital bills, doctor bills and what nots, run up to the thousands. Haven't even counted the money you need to buy diapers, milk and baby clothes. Plus other unscheduled doctor appointments, because, let's face it, babies are not healthy 24-7, 365 days. So, all these needs money, lots of it. So, unpaid leave for a month? Who is going to give you back the wages you lost for that one month?

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CIVIL SERVANTS NO LONGER NEED DEGREE TO MOVE TO HIGH LEVEL POSITIONS

The government will no longer group civil servants by their education level. Meaning, whether you are degree holder, diploma holder, one with secondary education or primary education as highest level of education, once you are already inside the Civil Service, then you no longer will be tagged to your respective education clusters.

Now, you will be grouped according to your pay scale and the level of experience you have. Good for those who always think they are shortchanged, could not get promoted higher than their education level would allow. But what about those who took up part time studies to get diploma, or degrees? All those nights slaving over books to get to the next level of education qualifications, means now it was just a waste of time?

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LAZY S'POREAN CIVIL SERVANTS OFFLOADING WORK TO CONTRACT STAFF

Some Singapore civils service agencies like IRAS, NEA has adopted an approach to offload work to contract staff while their full-time members sit back and relax. This should be absolutely condoned as these full time staff are paid much more than contract staff. I urge people looking for a job not to take up these jobs as these are exploitative In nature and u are being used by complacent lazy civil servants to exploit u . Singapore has maintained a policy of paying people who do more work or complicated work more , not the other way round.

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I DESPISE CIVIL SERVANTS WHO VOTE FOR THE GOVERNMENT!

I need to get this off my chest. I DESPISE all civil servants who vote for the ruling party, just because they say it's for their job, it's for their future blah blah blah... To them, I say: Grow a pair of balls. Wait, even better, grow a spine because you're sorely missing one.

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RETIRED POLICE: PM LEE, DO THE RIGHT THING AND GET TOUGH ON CIVIL SERVANTS

Your late father LKY laid down working rules that were followed to the hilt by every civil servant. His approach to departmental rules were exemplary for he came down hard, fast and furious on malpractices and corruption. None was above those rules. Every department of the Civil Service worked under fear and without favour.

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CIVIL SERVANTS PLEASE VOTE WITH YOUR HEADS FOR OUR FUTURE

My guess is that since election is near, let the major vote bank of theirs – i.e. civil servants, teachers and uniform groups made happy for their continuous support. Now, let me ask this group of people: “many of you vote for them, because you are so afraid they will know and you promotions will be scuttled.” But, ask your self this question,”How can they know, if they have come out publicly that your vote is secret”

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A SUDDEN $500 SG50 BONUS FOR ALL CIVIL SERVANTS

The Public Service Division (PSD) released a statement today (17 Jun) announcing a mid-year Annual Variable Component of 0.5 month bonus plus a “special one-off” SG50 payment of $500 for all civil servants. With regard to the latest move by the Government, The Alternative View (TAV) commented (‘Is your children’s future worth only $500?‘) that the PAP is sparing no expense to “buy votes and win the next GE under the guise of celebrating S’pore’s jubilee year”.

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KHAW BOON WAN: S'POREANS SHOULD SHOW RESPECT TO CIVIL SERVANTS

The Minister for National Development Khaw Boon Wan on Tuesday (Nov 18) called on Singaporeans to continue to respect public officers. In a blogpost, Mr Khaw noted that frontline officers "have a challenging job" and "do their best to attend to the needs of Singaporeans". He called for them to be accorded the "respect and dignity they deserve", saying that some officers have been put in difficult situations, or even subjected to verbal and physical abuse.

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