Tag Archives: Construction Workers

WP Yee Jenn Jong Counters Chan Chun Sing’s Opinions On Construction Sector

Minister of Trade and Industry (MTI) Chan Chun Sing recently responded to media questions about the over-reliance on foreign construction workers. To replace this 300,000 foreign workforce, he argued that Singapore will need 2,500 local babies per year over the next 40 years to become construction workers. His challenge was based on the assumption that 100,000 Singaporean workers will be three times as productive as these foreign labour. Just today, the Workers' Party Yee Jenn Jong wrote a blog post to counter Chan Chun Sing's opinion.

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DISPOSAL BINS PROVIDED FOR MILITARY UNIFORMS, SHOULD NOT END UP IN BATAM

Disposal bins will be set up at entrances of selected camps near populated areas in the next two to three months. These bins will have a "one-way, non-return valve. Currently, NSmen can dispose of used military attire and equipment at SAF eMarts islandwide, as well as at the Army Logistics Base in Old Choa Chu Kang Road, which is not easily accessible to most. Finally, action is taken to ensure that the disposal of military uniforms can be easily done by NSmen. Apart from reports of the military gear turning up in Batam, we have also seen these unused military uniforms being worn by construction workers right here in Singapore.

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REMEMBER THE GOOD BANGLAS WHO BUILT S’PORE, GIVE THEM A CHANCE

I work as a foreman in constructionn industry, I see news 27 bangla worker tio arrest becase they suport Terrorist groups, I very worry. How this is possible? My bangla workers not like this, they not violence one. they most kind and best workers of all. Compare to Ah Tiong and Ah Neh, Bangla most hardworkin. They may be not good at talking but they listen to u when u tell them. these 27 puborkia are the cheebye backside itchy black sheep spoil market. don let them spoil the good image of bangla worker in singapore. they are good people who jus need honest living to take care family back home.

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