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MOM & CPF ARE SLOW IN TAKING ACTION AGAINST ERRAND BOSSES

CPF & MOM have not done anything since 3months ago and not a single cent being paid from this ex-empolyer till today. He is still happily travelling scot free! Everyday this poor employee has been calling CPF Board & MOM but nothing has been done. MOM advised him to file a Writ Of Seizure against the ex-employer! What a joke! Since there are so many awareness campaign going around why is the outcome of complaints being handled in such a manner? I really hope the outcome will be favorable as this poor employee has outstanding unclaimed expenses of more than 20k plus default in 3months salary and CPF.

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MOM NOT DOING ENOUGH TO PENALIZE ERRANT EMPLOYERS

As to “Last year, the MOM received 9,000 complaints against 4,500 employers who did not pay their workers. About 95 per cent of the cases were resolved by the ministry and the Labour Court, Mr Lim said” – does it mean that on the average – only about 1.2 per cent (53 divided by 4,500) of the employers who were the subject of non-payment of salary complaints, were hauled to court in a year?

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SG EMPLOYER FORCED MAID TO SHAVE BOTAK, SO SHE LOOK UGLY CAN’T FIND BF

Went for my haircut, saw this sinkie employer brought his Indo maid there. He told the barber to cut her hair until very short (shave the side and back with high slope) The poor maid keep begging him "sir pls pls not too short..pls..sir". The sinkie keep telling her "no short is good for you, the shorter the better" and he instructed the barber to go ahead and shave her hair. The maid cried when her hair being shaved like a boy's haircut.

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ANG MOH EMPLOYER: S’POREAN GRADUATES CANNOT SPEAK PROPER ENGLISH

I am a manager from Europe leading a team of 8 in a multinational company based in Singapore. We pay well and hire experienced people and university graduates.I desperately would like to hire more Singaporeans for openings, but there are some problems: many do not speak proper English, are inefficient, sheltered and often job-hop.

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EMPLOYERS CAN STILL OPERATE A 100% FOREIGN WORKFORCE?

According to the Straits Times news report “Expert: Adjust foreign labour quotas for some sectors” (Jun 10) – “adjusting foreign labour quotas to allow certain sectors to hire more foreign workers would help firms meet demand, rake in more revenue and possibly help raise labour productivity in the long run”.

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