Tag Archives: Biased

SINGAPORE HR PRACTICES BIASNESS AGAINST LOCALS

Singapore's high unemployment rate partly contributed by the bad HR recruitment framework. Gender, experiences and age are often the main blocks in the hiring process as hr personnel do not consider the qualified local applicant's inspiration and positive attitude towards the job. Meaning to say that hr's bias play a bigger role in the structural unemployment in Singapore. Yes, experiences do count but most of the time, they are ridiculously stated beyond reason and then excusably fitted with incompetent FTs, resulting locals deny chances of getting the job.

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REGARDLESS OF RACE, LANGUAGE, OR RELIGION ARE JUST WORDS ON THE PLEDGE

PM Lee's revelation that race and religion is a factor in Singapore's next choice of Prime Minister, as well the Elected Presidency being reserved for the Malays this time around because Malays need to be well-represented, have really shaken my believe about Singapore's pledge of unbiasedness towards race or religion. This statement by the PM really stung. Have we been misled all this while, when we say the pledge "regardless of race, language or religion"? PM Lee's statement clearly flies against our very own pledge. If even after 50 years, we still cannot look beyond race and religion, then we have a lot more growing up to do.

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POLICE SCREENED US COZ WE GOT TATTOOS. THEN SAY WE ARE “A WASTE OF TIME”

Earlier in the afternoon at around 3.21 pm, me and my Friend Admus was walking back from Fu Lu Shou towards Sim Lim where he parked his car. His Wife accompanied by his 10 months old baby was waiting for us near the traffic light when 2 uniformed policemen called for us from behind and beckoned us to stop. They wanted to do a screening on us. Out of everyone in that busy street they chose to only stop us and if I assume, it must be because we are tattooed and that they are being biased and stereotypical. When they approached us asking for our identity cards, I asked my Friend, " why screen is when there are so many others on this street?"

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