For 2020 year-end bonus, about 2,400 lower wage civil servants will receive a lump-sum payment of $1,200, in line with the recommendations from the National Wages Council, while all other civil servants did not receive any bonus, aside from the 13th month bonus. Its also possible to get a cut.
Do the civil service get bonuses?
Bonuses (known as non-consolidated performance payments) are awarded annually to staff based on their performance at an individual, team or organisational level. Civil servants are paid similar amounts to people working in other areas of the public sector.
Is 13th month pay mandatory in civil service?
The AWS is also called the “13th month payment”. It is a single annual payment on top of an employees total annual wage. AWS is not compulsory. Employers are encouraged to give their employees AWS to reward them for contributing to the companys performance.
Is 13th month bonus a must in Singapore?
13th Month Pay is Not Mandated by Law This payment, which is added to an employees total annual salary, is not compulsory. If its not written as part of your employment contract, your employer is not obligated to pay you a 13th month bonus.
Can one correctly call the 13th month pay a Christmas bonus?
First of all, the 13th Month Pay is not the same as the Christmas Bonus. The only shared similarities that they have is that they are both monetary and given out by employers. For Christmas bonuses, on the other hand, are non-taxable fringe benefits that employers may or may not give to employees.