Another person has stepped up to recount his bad experience working with Bizhub Asia:
My manager came up with the idea of celebrating my Boss`s birthday party at Sentosa Island in a very prestigious cafe. On the day of my pay check she forced me to cough up a whopping S$80 for the Birthday dinner. At that point iwas financially tight, and kindly explained to my ever demanding manager that I would not be attending the dinner and offered to pay for the birthday present in turn.
My manager flipped out and scolded me in front of all my colleagues. Despite not being a lawyer myself, I however do know that it is my right to refuse to pay for my boss`s birthday dinner as it is my hard earn money & its lawfully that the COMPANY who PAYS the EMPLOYEE NOT THE EMPLOYEE WHO PAYS THE COMPANY!!!!
Due to that little uncalled-for squabble, my manager decided to fire me the next day. I was utterly relieved.
I left with a smile on my face and felt like the weight of the world had lifted from my shoulders. It was truly a blessing in disguise. I had stood my ground against my despicable manager & despite losing my job. It was
downright worth it.
I am not writing this out of revenge towards the company who decided to terminate my employment.
I am writing in the hope that someone might read this and hopefully be spared from the trauma I have to endure with this company.
This company is not only inconsiderate, but selfish and heartless. It blurs the lines between professionalism and personal life to the extent that it is utterly disrespectful.
If you are a emotionless human being with zero self-respect you are welcomed to try out for this company. They are looking for an Admin Support.