PREMIUMUncertainty looms as nonpermanent state employees face 2023 deadline

first_imgTopics : Forty-nine-year-old Ahmad Saifudin has been a contract teacher half of his life. After a brief period in the private sector, he decided to become a teacher in 1996, starting at state junior high school SMP 1 Gladak Sari in Central Java’s Boyolali regency.“I chose to stay and work as a teacher for 24 years because that was my calling. I used to work for insurance and consultant companies, but I found my passion in teaching,” Ahmad Saifudin, or Pak Udin, told The Jakarta Post.Udin, who is also an activist with the Indonesian Nonpermanent State Employees Association (PHK2I), said life as a nonpermanent worker had never been easy, because he earned only Rp 1.6 million (US$117.57) per month in salary.“I used to receive Rp 10,000 per month in salary in 1996. Then I got a raise to Rp 100,000 per month and then another raise to Rp 600,000 per month a few years… Linkedin Log in with your social account Facebook CivilServants employee civil-servants Administrative-and-Bureaucratic-Reform-Ministry administration regional-administrations non-permanent-civil-servants contract-worker Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Googlelast_img read more

Renovated five-bedroom Mount Ommaney home hits the market

first_img2 Mitchell Crt, Mount OmmaneyMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019She said because her husband was a builder, the renovation did not take too long. “The longer we lived in the property, the more we loved the home as it sits on a generous 1549sq m block of land, and there is plenty of space for the whole family,” Mrs Goulmy said.“We love the privacy that the home offers at the end of a private cul-de-sac. The modernisation has been completed, retaining the home’s seventies charm and character with all new modern fittings and finishes. “The original brick fireplace in the lounge room is a perfect spot to curl up with a book during the colder months.” 2 Mitchell Crt, Mount OmmaneyVanessa and Stephen Goulmy bought their five-bedroom home, at 2 Mitchell Court, Mount Ommaney, last year and renovated the property from its original condition. Mrs Goulmy said the quality of construction as a Griffin and Knowlman home, built in 1972, was appealing to them as a perfect home to improve on. “The elevation, city glimpses and the lovely established gardens were all stand-out features for us when we were looking to buy,” Mrs Goulmy said. 2 Mitchell Crt, Mount OmmaneyThe couple redesigned the living and dining areas to be open and accommodating, using timber and brick accents to perfectly complement the architect-designed kitchen with Tasmanian oak cabinetry and Caesarstone benchtops. Upstairs is a parents’ retreat with city views, a large walk -in wardrobe and ensuite. The rest of the home consists of four other bedrooms – all with built-in wardrobes plus one ensuited room. Mrs Goulmy said the entire house was full of natural light thanks to the large windows and the elevated position. Reuben Packer-Hill, from McGrath Estate Agents Paddington, is selling the property with a price guide of $975,000-$1,050,000.last_img read more