Tag Archives: Hiring

OPPOSITION PARTY QUESTIONS HIGH SALARY HIRING OF CERTIS AUXILLARY POLICE FROM TAIWAN

According to this report, Singapore is recruiting Auxiliary Police from Taiwan, giving starting basic pay of NT60K which is equivalent to SGD$2700 plus Free Lodging and Work Permit (Most probably S-Pass) which will amount to about SGD$3500 to SGD$4000 per police officer. On top of that, there will be NT90K (About SGD$4000) of bonus once applicant is successful to pass out to join the force. There will be overtime pay as well.

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MALAY MUSLIMS SHOULD NOT KEEP PLAYING THE VICTIM IN HIRING ISSUES BECAUSE IT MIGHT BACKFIRE ON THEM

Sometimes I wonder if it is good for Malays to take job hiring issues into the public because while they might get that company into the negative spotlight but the end consequences are it might cause a lot more bosses/companies out there to view the Malay Muslim community who use religious issues as a threat to force them to hire them and over time this might cause people to view Muslim people as too troublesome to hire. I write because I am worried for you and I don't know whether taking this course of action will end up helping the Malay community or harming themselves instead.

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EMPLOYERS NAME 5 HARDEST JOBS TO BE FILLED BY SINGAPOREANS

According to Global workforce expert ManpowerGroup, the top 5 hardest job positions to fill in Singapore are accounting and finance staff; sales representatives; engineers; secretaries (including receptionists and administrative assistants); and, marketing, public relations and communications specialists.

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ECONOMISTS WARN OF RECESSION AS TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN SG FALLS

Total employment in Singapore fell for the first time in 5 years. 6,100 lesser people were employed this quarter, as compared to the first quarter of this year. The sectors that had reduced employment are manufacturing, construction and parts of the services industry. Services has been the main propeller of growth for the past few years, but slowed down dramatically. Figures in March 2015 show that total employment stands at 3,617,800, which is 2.7% more than last year's figures.

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HIRE PEOPLE WITH WORK EXPERIENCE, NOT USELESS PAPER DEGREES

I'm talking about actually offering graduate jobs, at graduate salary levels, to non-graduates with experience, skills and networks to do the job. Once we do that, we will not have this problem of whose degree is better, which university is higher ranked, why my fake PhD is better than your BA from NUS, Degree and so on.

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