Work-From-Home ‘Coronaconomy’

Rather than leaving it up to employers to decide whether their employees would work from home, the Government can adopt a tripartite approach of facilitating employers to offer their employees the choice of working remotely by briefing employees in advance of the employers’ expectation on and requirement of, such arrangements.

With many people still choosing to go out despite the virus risk, an award scheme may be implemented as an incentive for residents to stay at home. Those who have to leave their homes for work may also maximise productivity of the economy through ways such as doubling as delivery freelancers.

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To Close, or Not Close, Is That the Only Choice for MOE?

Instead of being for or against closing schools, how about we let parents decide whether their children would stay home to receive their education online? This will allow families facing different circumstances to make their decisions accordingly. It may also facilitate the implementation of social distancing in schools as certain classrooms and teachers may be freed up so that conventional class size may be reduced with the potential bonus of enhancing the quality of education delivery.

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Humans Right watch Slams Singapore Government For Jolovan Wham's Jail Term

Humans Right watch Slams Singapore Government For Jolovan Wham's Jail Term

The Human Rights Watch has releases a statement slamming the Singapore Government on the imprisonment of Jolovan Wham which started yesterday. He was jailed for being guilty of the charge of scandalizing the judiciary. They even referred to the law offence used by Singapore as being archaic, even pointing out that countries such as New Zealand, Canada and Brunei have ceased using the law. The Human Rights Watch went even as far as stating that the Singapore Government is so afraid of facing up to the truths that they turn to this law to silence their critics.

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PAP 4G Leaders Have Lost The Trust Of Singaporeans By Pathetic Handling Of COVID19

PAP 4G Leaders Have Lost The Trust Of Singaporeans By Pathetic Handling Of COVID19

2 months into the crisis, the number of confirmed cases have risen sharply and so have the number of unlinked cases. Singaporeans are angry with half-hearted measures like closing tuition centers but not schools and having home-based learning for one day in a week. How pathetic can these so called 4G PAP Leaders be.

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SDP Has Responded to The Resilient Budget

SDP Has Responded to The Resilient Budget

However, the SDP also drew attention that the Reserves was helped built up by Singaporeans' generation of their parents and grandparents, so the PAP cannot take full credit of this. SDP also once again reiterated that calling for an election at this critical time is irresponsible and will undo all the hard work done to try to combat COVID19.

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How Many Set Of Brakes Does The Government Need To Tackle COVID19?

How Many Set Of Brakes Does The Government Need To Tackle COVID19?

However, the PAP Government had failed to apply this only set of brakes. Instead, the PAP Government reacted to crises as how a doctor would treat a patient with infection by observing the patient's progress or regress before deciding on whether to enhance the medication or not. This means they did a gradual and systematic increase in the medication and its strength based on observation. This cannot be the way to prevent an importation of a viral outbreak that had turned pandemic.

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