abhi200211 wrote:Can you share some links Average salary rose to 4.95% and 4% respectively. Will be easy for me to understand.
See point #4 on this page
Apart, My straight question how much salary I should ask my HR to provide me so my EP can be renewed.
I suppose your employer could try asking MoM that question directly. Only MoM knows the answer, but stagnant $4000/month wages was apparently the wrong answer.
Bear in mind that it's possible
there is now no wage level that would change the outcome. MoM might take the point of view that, if you were worth an EP renewal per current renewal standards, you would have already been commanding increased wages. That's what tends to happen with successful
salespeople. Echoing the comments upthread, MoM doesn't seem much interested in "cheap" foreign labor nowadays. Offering to raise the price after a denial doesn't necessarily convince somebody that the quality is any better.
I think this is pretty simple. If your employer wants a chance
of keeping you on an EP then they're going to have to do better. The better they can do (within reason), the greater the odds they have of keeping you. So are they interested in trying to keep you or not? How
interested? 10% more interested? 15%? 25%? 50%? If they are seriously interested, I don't think I'd recommend the minimum increment EP Online is indicating.
Oddly enough, MoM is protecting your interests at least as much as anyone else's. You might be willing to work for what MoM thinks are below current market rates, but it seems MoM won't let you do that. Three cheers for MoM.
Regarding S pass I worried if any 2 local staff same time resigned from my company then quota will be shaken-ed. Otherwise I have no concern.
Well, OK, but as you've discovered EPs aren't stable either. And your employer has a simple, straightforward solution to that problem: hire more resident workers to protect their quota.
If the choice is between an S Pass and leaving Singapore, which would you prefer?